Friends, we have news! We’re partnering with EcoCart to empower the Fat and the Moon community to make their orders 100% carbon neutral.
For every one of our potions that ships, you can now offset the specific carbon footprint with a positive environmental impact! This means the full carbon emissions from making and shipping your favorite FM potions to your door would be completely neutralized.
What does it mean to offset emissions?
It means that for any carbon emissions released into our atmosphere as a result of making and shipping items at Fat and the Moon, we invest in projects that reduce carbon emissions by the same amount. It’s almost like we’re giving the planet an IOU, then immediately paying it back.
How does it work?
Now, when you check the carbon neutral box at checkout, we will automatically purchase verified emissions reductions, more commonly known as “offsets” through our friends at EcoCart. These purchases support environmental projects, like wind and solar farms that create clean energy, or protecting trees that would otherwise be cut down so that they can continue to absorb carbon from the air. On top of it, we make sure that these projects are doing some extra good like protecting animals or supporting underserved communities.
Why is this important?
We have always been conscious of our impact and actively worked to lighten our carbon footprint. We believe that if we all work together towards positive change, we can make the world a cleaner, healthier place.
What do you mean carbon neutral?
When we say your orders will be “carbon neutral” (“net zero” is another term you’ll hear), that means that we will eliminate, capture, or otherwise mitigate all of the carbon emissions created from making Fat and the Moon potions and shipping them to your door.
Just the Beginning
At Fat and the Moon, we are committed to slowing the effects of climate change, one order at a time.
Carbon offsets are a starting point—an immediate way to reduce our impact. Even though this is a moment to celebrate, we think that it’d be even better if we didn’t emit any carbon in the first place. To achieve this, we’re working to develop projects in our processes that will reduce our emissions directly.