CLIMATE CHANGE IS A BIG PROBLEM.

IT CAN BE FIXED, BUT WE MUST CHOOSE TO PAY FOR IT.

Shoe, shirt, camera, beverage

we all consume stuff

Making and delivering that stuff—physical items, services, digital clicks—produces harmful carbon emissions.

We must decrease these carbon emissions in order to halt climate change and its devastating outcomes.

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reducing carbon is possible, but it costs money...

Putting a price on carbon

the world needs a price on carbon

Many governments have tried to find policy solutions. But their past attempts have fallen short of the scale and impact needed.
Carbon pricing would create incentives to:

Limit Carbon Emissions

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Spur Low Carbon Innovation

Landfill Gas CaptureBiogas captureForest rejuvenation

if brands lead,
customers will follow

Brands can lead the transition to a low-carbon economy by choosing to pay for their carbon pollution. The Climate Neutral label empowers customers to choose brands who do the right thing.

Climate Neutral Certified

BRANDS MUST DO WHAT GOVERNMENT IS NOT

Government has been slow and ineffective in enacting critical climate policies. Climate Neutral believes that brands, together with their consumers, must lead the transition to a low-carbon economy by placing a price on carbon within their business.

brands

need to step forward and show they’re willing to price carbon

consumers

need to value that action and vote with their wallet

Through our community of consumers and network of Certified Climate Neutral brands, we hope to establish a compelling example for government that it’s time to put a global price on carbon.

This is large-scale action required to move the needle.

IF EVERYBODY DID IT….

Climate Neutral helps brands declare that eliminating their carbon is a fundamental act of doing business. If everybody does it, together we can...

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Cut carbon immediately to help halt our warming trend

Low carbon technologies

Drive additional funding to low carbon technologies

Climate Neutral

Send proof to policymakers: businesses are ready to act