Creating a climate positive world

Make your product climate-positive

Got a good product? Or a range of them? Want to make them unbelievably great? Earthly makes it possible to make any product climate-positive.

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We calculate your product's impact. Then remove it. It's not easy, but we make it simple.*

Calculate your carbon

We’ll work with experts to calculate your product's impact across the supply chain. It's tricky, and technical, but we have great partners on-board to help.

The first step on your journey to becoming climate positive is to calculate how much carbon is produced along your product supply chain. We will conduct an LCA (Lifecycle Analysis) to look at the total impact your product has on the world around it. We'll choose one of our third party partners – with the right tools for your business – to ensure you get an accurate, trusted footprint calculation. We'll also help you identify areas of high impact and provide suggested pathways to reduction. As it is important to reduce your impact as well as remove it.

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Invest in nature

Once we know your product's impact we'll create a carbon removal plan for you and help you invest in science-backed nature-based solutions.

Our pre-made bundle of natural assets is the perfect combination of carbon storage and sequestration. It's made up of natural assets from groundbreaking projects around the world - that have great social benefits, as well as environmental ones. If you'd prefer, you can support a specific project. Just let us know what you value as a business and we'll create a plan that's aligned with your culture and ambitions.

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See your impact

We’ll make it easy for you to see your impact, with our immersive platform where you will be able to monitor your assets and see real-time data via our satellite partner. We know, it's really cool.

One of the biggest challenges for carbon balancing is you can't see it. It's intangible, invisible. And that makes it hard to get your head around (and sell in to your boss). So we've spent years developing a solution. Our immersive platform is as engaging as it is enlightening. You'll see, in real time, how you're making a difference and get on-the-ground project updates. Through our satellite partner, Satsure, we'll also send you monthly updates of your natural assets. 100% trustworthy. 100% visible impact.

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Become climate-positive

We'll reduce and remove your product’s impact. We’ll also give you an accreditation you can use to tell this climate-positive story to your customers (and give them a powerful reason to purchase).

It's called 'climate-positive' because we don't just balance your carbon emissions, we go that extra step. The natural assets you invest in will sequester more carbon than you are producing over their growth life. And don't worry, we factor in buffers in case anything happens to the assets. Making a product climate-positive is a great way to join the Natural Revolution - and something to shout about. So we've made it easy for you to do just that. You can use our immersive platform to showcase your impact to customers, employees and investors on your own channels.

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*Because we work with world-leading science and natural solutions partners who do all the complicated, technical bits.

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FAQs

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How exactly will you calculate my product’s footprint?

We use specialist third party auditors for this – it’s a complex, technical process so it’s important we get the experts involved. After a consultation with you about your product or range that wish to look at (and any other requirements you may have), we’ll connect you with a third party auditor that’s suitable. To work out the entirety of a carbon footprint for a product, you need to examine your whole supply chain. Going into this much detail means looking across all 3 emissions scopes:

Scope 1, Direct Emissions – Sources that are owned or controlled by the company. Direct emissions from a manufacturing plant or the heating for your office building.

Scope 2, Indirect Emissions – Purchased sources of energy such as electricity that the company does not control. This Scope usually represents the majority of a footprint.

Scope 3, Indirect Emissions – These are all indirect emissions that are embedded within the value chain of your company (such as investments, purchased goods etc.).

Could I start a bit smaller?

If this sounds overwhelming, you could start by balancing your team. It’s a great first step on your climate change journey – and a brilliant way to get buy-in internally. If you aren’t sure about focusing on your carbon footprint you could also consider customer rewards.

It sounds like a high investment… is it?

The price will change depending on your footprint but we divide it up into monthly payments to make it manageable. It also varies according to which bundle you choose (some projects are more expensive than others but may have more of a carbon sequestration power, for example). Our Earthly bundle has been designed to have the biggest impact possible, using a range of verified and non-verified projects, while also being kind to your bank balance.

Is this just offsetting with a different name?

No, we want to help and encourage businesses to go above and beyond just carbon offsetting. We show you where your impact is so you really know what mark you are having on the planet. Then we help you invest in the nature based solutions that are going to pack the biggest punch when addressing the climate crisis. And we don’t just balance your impact – we help you become climate positive.

The natural assets you invest in will sequester more carbon than you are producing over their growth life. And don’t worry, we factor in buffers in case anything happens to the assets. Also once you know your impact you can choose to address areas that could be reduced to make your impact smaller. Which means you’ll be on your way to becoming climate positive, and you’ll be reducing the physical impact of your business alongside this.

What is a carbon footprint?

When we discuss the carbon footprint of something, we’re referring to Mike Berners-Lee’s definition: ‘it is the best estimate that we can get of the full climate change impact of something’. It’s useful to note from the outset that any carbon footprint, no matter how accurate or detailed the calculations are, is not always going to be 100% correct – but it will be the best estimation. We also know that nobody is going to have a perfect carbon footprint, but everybody can reach a climate positive lifestyle through nature-based solutions.