Introducing Our Newest Climate Neutral Certified Brands This Earth Week

Ellie Read
April 19, 2023
This Earth Week, we’re delighted to introduce the newest Climate Neutral Certified brands. Each successfully met the leading Standard of climate action and took immediate steps to 'Invest in Our Planet'.

This Saturday marks the 53rd anniversary of the first Earth Day in 1970, when 20 million people swarmed public spaces across the U.S. to protest environmental abuse. Their voices then led to policies that continue to protect our air, water, and soil today.  

Half a century later, the urgency continues to mount. The world is struggling to meet critical net-zero targets that would avert the worst of climate change. With only seven years until 2030, voluntary action and investment must fill in where policy continues to lag.

A better Earth won’t happen because of a pledge for future action. It will emerge when people step up and decide to invest cold hard cash into projects that cut GHG emissions. Projects that matter to the climate. Today. 

This is why we started Climate Neutral four years ago, and it’s the thinking behind this year’s global call to action: ‘Invest in Our Planet’

It’s a big day—and week—for us, because we get to announce our next set of Climate Neutral Certified companies. Each one has taken immediate responsibility and invested in solutions for a healthy, prosperous, and equitable future.

Since January, these 129 companies successfully worked to meet the Climate Neutral Certified Standard by: 

  1. Measuring their Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions generated from making and delivering products and services
  2. Developing time-bound Reduction Action Plans to reduce their emissions over the next 12-24 months
  3. Compensating for their 2022 climate impacts by investing in eligible verified carbon offset projects that remove and avoid emissions 

Collectively, these certifying brands offset 748,866 tonnes of carbon and directed approximately $5,220,732 towards climate solutions.

In this decisive decade, corporate carbon accountability matters. Immediate, voluntary actions matter. If every company in the world took these same steps, the world would be much, much closer to its net-zero future.

We’re grateful to introduce the 31 companies below that have become Climate Neutral Certified for the very first time: 

&BACK COFFEE
ALOHA
August
Blossom Coffee Roasters
Brook Farm Veterinary Center
CLIF Kid
COUNSEL
DeeBee’s Organics
Della Terra
Do Things
Fjorden
Flickr
Good Clean Love
Happy Earth LLC
HigherRing Inc.
INC Architecture & Design
Infinum
KBS Pets
KENT
La Sportiva N.A.
Ocio Leisurewear
Perr & Knight Consulting
Project Reef
Purps
Rocky Talkie
SAYLOR NYC INC
Sensiba
SmugMug
Soar Organics
Thrive Market
YAMA Mountain Gear
Zuar

We're equally excited to recognize the following 98 recertifying companies that have completed their annual Climate Neutral Certified requirements. The accountability of these brands shows their dedication to climate action, as well as their steadfast commitment to decarbonizing their organizations—and the planet. 

5DayDeal
AdMixt
Allbirds
Amika
Ancient + Brave
Angel Chang
Appalachian Gap Distillery
AUVA Certification Limited
Backbone Media
Be Ultimate
Beco
Become Current PBC
Belong Wines
Biolite
BLDG Active
Blueland
BlueStar Marketing, LLC
Bondi Born
Boonboo
Bread Alone Bakery
By Rosie Jane
CAMP Eyewear
Canary Marketing
Cape Clasp
ChicoEco, Inc
Chris Burkard Studio
Climate Neutral
Collective Logistics
Common Heir
Coracao Confections
DEPT®
Earth Harbor Naturals
EarthHero
Enda Athletic
Eva-NYC
ExquisiteCrystals.com LLC
Falcon Engineering
Firma
Gifts for Good
Good Good Good
Graphene X
GrowthJet
HOLDEN Rings
ICEBUG
Innersense Organic Beauty
JuneShine
Keeper Denim
Kickstarter
Kindhumans
Knowmium
Koos Service Design
KORA Organics
La Honda Winery
Lubanzi Wines
Made Trade
Mantra
MATE the Label
MiiR
Modern Adventure
Monos
Nanimarquina
Necessaire
Nisolo
Outer Shell
Parachute Home
Peak Design
Planet+Purpose Solutions
Post Company
PROVEN Partners
Rainbo
Reformation
REI
Renoun
Rumpl
salty aura
Scout Books
Seadon
Season Eqpt
Shar
Simple & Dainty
Ski Utah
Snaplinc Consulting
Soleil Soleil
Sozy
Standart
Stio
Summit Coffee Roasting Co.
Tandem Coffee Roasters
Thatcher
The Cushion Lab
The Earthling Co.
thinkPARALLAX
Topiku
True North Gear
Wild Rye
Will's Vegan Store
Wyld
, Wyld CBD, Good Tide
zkipster

This Earth Day, we invite you to celebrate the newly certified Climate Neutral brands that have taken responsibility for their carbon emissions. Look for their hard-earned Climate Neutral Certified labels, support them ‘in the wild’, and give us a shout if you know of any other companies who should #BeClimateNeutral.   

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About the Author

Ellie Read
Certification Director

Ellie is an accomplished product manager with experience scaling tech solutions for impact. Ski fanatic, ocean lover, and passionate believer in the potential for corporate action against the climate crisis, Ellie has an MBA in Sustainable Solutions. She is always seeking ways to improve her impact, her team, and her dog's falsetto, and loves a good high five.

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