It’s common knowledge that one of the best tools to tackle the climate crisis and keep our temperatures from rising above 1.5C is to plant trees. They are also crucial to preventing ecological collapse.
Ecologi invest your money into projects that remove more greenhouse gasses than your individual carbon footprint puts in.
Each month they support a range of carbon reduction projects that are certified at the very highest level by Gold Standard and equivalent.
Check out the projects they’ve supported to date.
The increasingly visible effects of climate change are leading to strife for almost all life on Earth.
We know it’s preventable. And we know it’s not going to save itself.
So it is up to us to solve it. But what levers can we pull? Reducing our carbon footprint is entirely necessary, but the transition of change is far slower than the time we have remaining.
The tools that we associate with fighting climate change are inadequate. What if that changed and the billions of us who care became empowered?
There are enough climate solutions that are out there right now, that if we supported them, it’d undo 30 years of carbon damage by avoiding 1,500 billion tonnes of CO2.
This is our opportunity.
Angela Blundell, founder of Concrete-London has partnered with Ecologi to help create the opportunity for each and every one of us to help protect our environment.
“We all owe It to our children’s and to younger generations' future to do everything that we can to reverse the alarming damage caused to our environment over the past few decades. Doing our bit will make a big difference as we hopefully inspire more people to do the same. For every garment sold on my website, we will plant a tree for you through Ecologi.”
Where does your money go?
Ecologi’s profit is measured in impact, and this is reflected in how they spend your money. 85% of your money goes directly to funding these planet-saving projects. Included with project costs are any incurred transaction fees carried out on your behalf.
With the rest they’ll cover everything else including a budget to attract new subscribers, staff costs, and hosting and licenses.
Concrete-London will continue to look at other ways to help improve the planet we live in.