Curlicue partners with Ecologi to plant trees

Curlicue partners with Ecologi

Photo credit: Ecologi and Eden Reforestation project

We are very excited to share our new partnership with Ecologi. We’ll plant a tree for every order placed and we will soon be implementing carbon neutral deliveries with their carbon reduction programme.

As a sustainable business, taking additional steps to combat climate action is very important to us. We can have a bigger impact on the world by partnering with Ecologi. You can see the impact Curlicue and its customers are having on our Ecologi profile here

What is Ecologi?

Ecologi is a platform for real climate action. They facilitate the funding of carbon offset projects and tree planting around the world. Their mission is to reduce 50% of global CO2 emissions by 2040 and responsibly plant billions of trees every year.

Carbon reduction with Ecologi means that they invest money into a broad range of projects that are able to evidence that they are reducing greenhouse gas emissions and to responsibly plant trees, Ecologi works with planting partners across the world. It’s now 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 in preventing ecological collapse.

Why is it important?

We need to come together to tackle the climate crisis and with Ecologi, a lot of people doing a little can have a very big impact.

With Ecologi businesses and individuals can come together and take collective action. Crucially, the transparency of Ecologi’s work is key to having an impact on climate change without the worry of green-washing as is seen so often.

At Curlicue we not only love the work Ecologi are doing, but their transparency about the impact they are having on the climate is paramount. You can find out more about how the money is used and the evidence of the carbon reducing projects and trees planted here

You can find out more about Ecologi here and you can join their platform here (and we’ll get another 30 trees planted together as a thank you!).