Our Newest Certified Brands: November 2022

Bridget Thorpe
November 17, 2022
Recognizing our newest group of Climate Neutral Certified brands, who successfully met the leading standard of climate action for their work to measure, reduce and compensate for their emissions.

We are brimming with gratitude as we enter into the holiday season. Before we close out 2022, we’re proud to introduce our newest cohort of Climate Neutral Certified brands, who recently completed our final certification cycle of the year.      

Over the past quarter, these companies successfully worked to meet the Climate Neutral Certified Standard, taking the following steps for immediate climate action and impact: 

  1. Measuring their total organizational emissions—from making products to shipping them to your doorstep.  
  2. Developing a reduction action plan to reduce their emissions over the next 12-24 months.  
  3. Compensating for their entire 2021 carbon footprint. Collectively, this cycle of certifying brands offset 67,630 tonnes of carbon and invested in approximately $898,000 of eligible verified carbon and energy credits.   

We’re honored to introduce 21 companies that can now celebrate becoming Climate Neutral Certified for the first time: Aquila’s Nest Vineyards, Baobab Foods, Chunks, Clove & Twine, Clued, Collins Hume, Creative Solutions, Elizabeth Suzann, LLC, Emikeni, Engedi Salon, Flaik, goodr, Jiant, Lomond Coffee LtdMindEdge, Oxygen Plus, Inc., Pacific Watch Co, Rizos Curls, Sendle, Someone Somewhere, Stubble and Co.

In addition to our newly certified brands, we're equally excited to recognize 17 recertifying companies that have completed their annual Climate Neutral Certified requirements. The collective accountability of these brands not only shows their dedication to climate action, but also their steadfast commitment to decarbonizing their organizations. 

Backdrop, Bookshop.org, EarthKind, LLC, Ice Cream Canteen, JADE Swim, Jikoni, Laid Back Snacks Inc., Le.mu , Memori , O2 Recovery Drink, Plant People, REBO Bottle, Sterling Rope, TECODA, The Chris Bertish Foundation, Verbal+Visual, and Whitewater Brewing  

We are in a decisive decade, one that requires a specific type of climate action—immediate.

These companies taking action today are paving the way for brands everywhere to accelerate a net-zero future. As you kick-start your holiday shopping, look for the hard-earned Climate Neutral Certified labels from them and hundreds of other Climate Neutral Certified brands to support this season.     

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About the Author

Bridget Thorpe
Communications Manager

Bridget brings experience directing climate communications for entrepreneurial and global Fortune 500 brands. She holds an MBA in Marketing and Governance and is passionate about bringing sustainability narratives to life. Bridget lives in her Hawaii hometown. You’ll likely find her at the local bakery or frolicking outdoors with family and her dog Panda.

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