Plastic waste is destroying the world
We are passionate about great skincare using ingredients from the earth, but we're also passionate about protecting it. Thats why we use recycled and compostable packaging wherever possible and we don't use any plastics! We're passionate about the world we live in, so much so we've partnered with Ecologi to help us reach Net Zero. We hope to be a carbon neutral business in the future! When you buy from us, your helping us to plant trees and support conservation projects all around the world. So far with the help of our customers we've been a climate positive business for 3 months, offset 5tones of C02 and planted 321 trees! Some of the amazing work our funding has been lucky enough to help includes protecting old growth rainforests in Peru, peatland restoration and conservation in Indonesia and protecting and restoring the pacific coast of Colombia!
The Real Impact Makers
It’s now common knowledge that one of the best tools to tackle the climate crisis and keep our temperatures from rising above 1.5C is to plant trees. They are also crucial to preventing ecological collapse. Our tree planting partner The Eden Reforestation Projects plant millions of trees around the world each month. We are currently supporting their incredible work in Madagascar.
At Ecologi we invest your money into projects that remove more greenhouse gasses than your own carbon footprint puts in. Each month we support a range of carbon reduction projects that are certified at the very highest level by Gold Standard and equivalent.
Ecologi help to support conservation proejects such as building Bio-digesters for rural Vietnamese farmers so that over 790,000 individuals have access to their own source of renewable fuel.
PROTECTING OUR FORESTS
The Rimba Raya REDD+ project protects 64,500 hectares of lowland peat swamp forest from conversion to oil palm plantations. The project area is in Central Kalimantan province, on the Southern coast of Borneo. This area is incredibly rich in biodiversity, including being home to the endangered Bornean orangutan. Provincial government in the area had previously slated the project area for conversion into four palm oil estates, and the project activity prevents this from taking place – ensuring the continued survival of the natural habitat for over 120 threatened and endangered species, and keeping the carbon stored in the trees and peatland locked away.
Months climate positive workforce
tons of carbon reduction