The defining issue of our time. Being human means releasing planet-warming carbon emissions into the atmosphere. It happens when we take a shower, charge our phones, or let out a yawn after a long day. Just like humans release carbon pollution, so do businesses - and we are no exception.

Everyday in the U.S. alone, e-commerce packages travel about the same distance as going to the moon and back... 133,000 times.

Everyday in the U.S. alone, e-commerce packages travel about the same distance as going to the moon and back ...133,000 times. And it’s not just getting your order to your doorstep we have to worry about - our entire supply chain carries a hefty carbon footprint. Scouring the globe for the perfect materials and transforming them into the products you know and love means tons (literally) of planet-warming carbon pollution.

For any carbon emissions released into our atmosphere as a result of manufacturing and shipping items, we invest in projects that reduce carbon emissions by the same amount

The climate crisis is massive, complicated, and overwhelming. So, it’s often hard to know what we can do about our carbon footprint. We've partnered with EcoCart to empower our community to make every item within that order 100% carbon neutral. What does this mean? By adding carbon offsets to your order at checkout, the full carbon emissions from producing, manufacturing, and shipping your favorite pieces to your door can be completely neutralized.

not all carbon offset projects are created equal

Currently, our carbon offset dollars that can be purchased at checkout go to The Purus Project, a tropical forest conservation project in Acre, Brazil. They work to prevent deforestation across 105,000 hectares of pristine rainforest. This project has gone through laboratory and field testing with third-party verification (VERRA, the Climate Action Reserve, and the American Carbon Standard) and site visits to ensure the most accurate calculation of greenhouse gas reductions. These credits are measured in metric tons (tonnes) of carbon dioxide equivalents (mtCO₂e). EcoCart then evaluates the implementation of the methodology and confirms that the project uses the majority of the proceeds from carbon for growth and not profit.