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Black+Blum becomes Climate Neutral Certified

Black+Blum has announced that it is officially Climate Neutral Certified. The company (renowned for its ‘on the go’ products) joins 230 other brands that have earned the standard by measuring and offsetting all of their 2020 carbon emissions and reducing future emissions, equating to a total of over 700,000 tonnes last year.

Climate Neutral Certified is the leading consumer label designating carbon neutrality. It is carried by brands that have voluntarily stepped up to take responsibility for their greenhouse gas emissions.

“We are so proud to announce our Climate Neutral Certification,” states Dan Black, co-founder and lead designer at Black+Blum. “We’ve been working hard over the last few months to measure and offset all of the carbon dioxide produced in our manufacturing, shipping and operations by investing in climate change solutions. We will continue to do so in the future and pledge to introduce further initiatives to reduce our environmental footprint.”


Top: “Climate Neutral Certified brands are leading the global shift to a net-zero economy by doing what all companies should be doing immediately: measuring, offsetting, and reducing their carbon emissions,” says Climate Neutral ceo Austin Whitman.

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