Find out more about the projects we support below
bonThere's only one thing we're more passionate about than our business… the planet! So we're making an effort to use sustainable practices in every part of our business.
We've teamed up with CarbonClick, a kiwi company making it easy for people and businesses to help fight climate change. CarbonClick looks like a green button at checkout.
When a customer clicks, it adds a small contribution to their transaction, to purchase carbon offsets. These offsets balance out the carbon emissions of the purchase. CarbonClick funds forest restoration, tree planting, and renewable energy projects in NZ and around the world.We're proud to be part of the fight against climate change. We'll be making our own contributions, and changing our practices to reduce our carbon footprint. We hope you'll join us by choosing CarbonClick with your purchase.
You can find out more about CarbonClick at www.carbonclick.com
Arawera Forest, South Taranaki, NZ
The Arawera forest in South Taranaki was once used for pastoral farming but has been set aside as a carbon sink and registered on the New Zealand Emissions Trading Register (ETS).
UseBy contributing to this project, CarbonClick users are offsetting their footprint with carbon captured by an area of native forest in Arawera. These offsets are subsequently retired and can not be used again on the ETS.
Solar Water Heater Project, India
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The Nuetech Solar Water Heater Program delivers solar water heaters at reduced costs to local families, and organisations.
Wind Farm Development, India
Most of India's electricity comes from fossil-fuelled power plants.
In conjunction with the United Nations' Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), this project has been funding the installation of 26 windmills throughout India.
In conjunction with the United Nations' Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), this project has been funding the installation of 26 windmills throughout India, which cumulatively produce 25.5 MW of zero carbon, renewable electricity.