Polar Bear

Fighting Climate Change

We're committed to the welfare of our planet in every decision we make.

By reducing emissions where we can and off-setting where we can't, we're 100% carbon neutral.

With every item purchased, you can avert 150 pounds of greenhouse gases.


pounds of GHGs averted


Greenhouse gas levels are now at the highest they've been in over 800,000 years

Scientists say this is the fastest and largest increase in CO2 the world has ever seen. There are more GHGs in the atmosphere than evern before, and that's causing the Earth's temperature to rise. We're using up more of the world's resources than it can regenerate.

"Scientific evidence for warming of the climate system is unequivocal."

- The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change


More than one million species face extinction.

We're currently losing up to 10,000X the normal rate of species due to extinction. Climate change is irreparably altering habitats, reducing the availability of clean water, and driving between 20-30% of the planet's species to extinction.

Together, we can reduce GHG emissions and support communities worldwide.

The technology often exists to shift to low-emission alternatives, but the money does not. We support projects that help communities transition to practices better for them and the planet. Together, we can fund projects that slash greenhouse gas pollution and promote a healthy, happy planet.

We've helped fund projects around the globe, including the US, Uganda, India, and China.

Providing energy-efficient stoves that replace open-flame cooking.

These stoves reduce fuel and emissions by 50% as well as prevent deforestation from firewood collection. They're made locally, providing jobs and income to the supported communities.

Capturing methane that escapes when mountains slowly shift.

Methane is 25x more potent than carbon dioxide, which makes methane capture incredibly efficient in fighting climate change. This project helps prevent invasive drilling and fracking.

Installing biodigesters in rural homes that convert poo into gas for cooking.

This project reduces methane emissions from decaying waste, preserves threatened forests (firewood usage has dropped by 93-95%), improves santitation, and saves family income.