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From startups to Fortune 500 companies, we take pride in creating and maintaining successful relationships with any size organization interested in taking measurable action to fight climate change. Are you a business looking to purchase carbon credits or are interested in other sustainable practices for your organization? Please visit our For Business page to learn more.
Twitter works with Cool Effect to offset carbon emissions for regular employee travel and large-scale events. Additionally, Twitter will offset the current carbon emissions of its data centers while looking ahead to a goal of achieving 100% carbon-neutral power sourcing in those data centers by the end of 2022.
Salesforce, driven by a strong corporate sustainability mission, became Net Neutral by supporting projects on Cool Effect for the past several years. Salesforce also offers Cool Effect travel offsets to attendees of their conferences such as Dreamforce and matches individual employee contributions.
During a recent new member campaign, Audubon reduced 1 tonne of greenhouse gas with Cool Effect for every new member acquired. New members who received this offer had a significantly lower unsubscribe rate and donated double the amount of funds compared to other new members.
Cool Effect partnered with Project Drawdown’s EcoChallenge campaign. With over 7,248 participants from 65 countries taking over 76,000 actions on behalf of Earth, we were honored to be a part of it—and thrilled to witness just how passionate its participants were.
CDP works with Cool Effect to determine the carbon footprint of their conferences and to offset that footprint with Cool Effect carbon credits.
The March for Science is a global movement advocating for equitable, evidence-based policy. Cool Effect was the official carbon offset partner of the March for Science and debuted its Carbon Can’t Hide campaign at the march in 2018. Additionally, Cool Effect was a community partner at March for Science Bay Area, and joined the 2017 and 2018 marches in Washington, D.C.
The Redford Center creates films that galvanize environmental action, and we help them implement a carbon neutrality standard for each one. By educating filmmakers on carbon pollution’s impact in filmmaking, and showing them how to reduce that impact, we ensure that The Redford Center’s environmental commitment isn’t just reflected on-screen, it’s reflected in everything they do as an organization.
ZeroFoodprint works with restaurants to make non-intrusive improvements that can reduce their climate impact. Many of these changes end up saving the restaurants money on utility bills. But even the most efficient restaurants still have a carbon footprint. ZeroFoodprint partners with Cool Effect to offset the remaining emissions.
Sunscreen contains harmful pollutants that are killing the coral reef. Soleil Toujours offers products that are effective and safe for Earth. The company expanded its commitment by partnering with Cool Effect to become carbon-neutral. Additionally, for every package shipped, they fund an offset for the emissions generated by shipping as another example of their corporate commitment to sustainability.
BeanCraft is a small (but fast-growing) shipping collective and marketplace for the nation’s best independent coffee roasters. They offset the carbon emissions of every shipment with Cool Effect and encourage each of their roasters to do the same.
Vera Solutions made a corporate commitment to go carbon neutral. Cool Effect partnered with Vera Solutions to determine the carbon footprint of their global company. Vera Solutions chose to offset that footprint by purchasing carbon credits to support 2 projects on our platform.
Capital Public Radio prides itself on being a trusted source of information, music, and entertainment, while also strengthening the civic and cultural life of the communities they serve. Our shared commitments to making the planet a better place led Cool Effect to partner with them by hosting local events and amplifying our carbon emissions fighting message to a larger community.
Cool Effect teamed up with the people behind An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power to help spread the word about the battle against climate change and was selected as one of four action partners, helping moviegoers take immediate, tangible action by supporting Cool Effect projects.
The Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative at the Yale School of Public Health ran several workshops on “Climate Justice: greenhouse gas emissions reduction in developing countries” where Cool Effect projects were presented. Students had an opportunity to discuss each project and vote to provide support.
Bus.com offers their customers the ability to reduce the carbon pollution of bus travel via an optional check box in their cart. Cool Effect provided the pricing widget based on an algorithm delivered through our API system. Any Bus.com customer who chooses to add the offset receives a personalized certificate confirming their purchase.
OMstars is an online yoga network that chose Cool Effect as the nonprofit for the August Graceful Strength challenge. For every sign-up for the free 10-day yoga challenge, one dollar was donated to Cool Effect on the participant’s behalf from OMstars and Mika Yoga Wear.
Big Chill uses colorful and sophisticated design to create unforgettable appliances that will make any kitchen memorable. Their commitment to changing the way people cook doesn’t stop with design. Cool Effect teamed up with Big Chill for a month-long charitable campaign close to our heart—for every appliance sold, Big Chill contributed a percentage to Cool Effect projects and provided a clean burning cookstove to a Ugandan family in need.
The Sedona Yoga Festival is designed to help yogis network with others and deepen their practices, all while surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery on Earth. To minimize travel impact to and from the festival, we partnered with them to provide the option to offset the impact of the greenhouse gases produced by festival attendees.
LIVARI is a zero waste, women-led/designed fashion label from Claudine DeSola, Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs, and Alysia Reiner. Cool Effect entered the world of sustainable fashion and partnered with them not only to help them achieve net zero greenhouse emissions, but also to donate a percentage of their sales directly to carbon reducing projects.
The American Association of Law Librarians meets yearly. Through a cobranded webpage, AALL offers their attendees the ability to offset their travel. Over 30% of attendees have taken advantage of this special program.
Cool Effect created a series of offsetting options for the Green Meeting Industry Council (GMIC) to offer their base in an effort to support their core mission to inspire sustainability. All options are turn-key marketing and technology solutions designed to make it easy for any organization to ensure any size conference or organization can achieve carbon neutrality.
Through a matching campaign, Costello & Sons encourages their employees to take action in the fight against climate change. Every employee is offered an affordable way to offset their personal footprint with recurring payments and every donation is matched.
Over several years, Rowbotham & Company has provided a way for their employees to offset their carbon footprint through a branded portal created specifically for the company. Cool Effect has also been the recipient of a holiday gift campaign for clients of the company.
The Global Climate Action Summit, held Sept. 12–14, 2018, in San Francisco, was aimed to address climate change by bringing together leaders on the issue. Cool Effect participated by co-hosting a solutions-focused panel featuring Cool Effect CEO Marisa de Belloy alongside key players including Gina McCarthy, Bill McKibben, and Tom Steyer. Co-founder Dee Lawrence also spoke on a panel as part of Science to Action Day.
Climate Music Project is a collaboration of science and art that uses music to educate people about climate change. Cool Effect is an action partner. Following any performance, Cool Effect is presented as a way to take action by immediately reducing harmful greenhouse gases.
Cool Effect and Moms Clean Air Force work together to promote each other’s work and encourage more people to take action on climate change.
In 2019, Douglas Durkin Design started with a new resolution — a commitment to offset their corporate travel. In addition, they took an extra step and calculated the footprint of their corporate travel since May 2017 and made a donation to offset those tonnes. Now every time an employee boards a plane, Douglas Durkin Design compensates for the carbon emissions by purchasing an offset.
BOY MEETS GIRL® is a contemporary athleisure brand at the forefront of impact fashion and using its label to support global issues. For Earth Day 2019, BOY MEETS GIRL® collaborated with Cool Effect to design a limited-edition t-shirt with a portion of proceeds donated directly to Cool Effect’s projects. The campaign aimed to spread awareness and encourage action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through sustainable fashion.
Cool Effect worked with Grounded Summit, an environmental summit focused on accelerating innovative, data-driven climate change solutions. Grounded Summit offset their emissions stemming from guest and speaker travel to the inaugural summit through the Affordable Cookstoves Project in Uganda.
Rare is a global conservation organization that leverages behavior change to achieve long-lasting conservation results. We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint, partnering with Cool Effect to offset our electricity and travel-related emissions, and to being a truly carbon-neutral organization.
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