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What is carbon neutral?

Increased carbon dioxide (and equivalent) - CO2e - levels are a significant and harmful contributor to climate change.

Most people don't consider the environmental impact of their online shopping deliveries – just clickety-click and, like magic, it's on your doorstep. But the logistics involved generate a huge amount of CO2 - over 10% of global CO2e emissions are from transport and logistics.

Being carbon neutral means that your net release of CO2e into the atmosphere is zero.

Basically, whatever CO2e you emit is cancelled out by a process known as 'offsetting' – that is, supporting projects that reduce emissions, like regenerating precious forest, replacing old equipment with more efficient technology, or even training communities in beekeeping!

Consumers are becoming better informed and more aware of the environmental impact of products and the services supporting them. 92% of customers are more likely to trust a company that supports social or environmental issues.

Sendle was founded as Australia’s first 100% carbon neutral delivery service, and they maintain that commitment to this day. They’re also Australia’s first tech B Corp and we're proud to partner with them.

How Sendle does offset?

  • The boring part

    Sendle calculates the highest amount of carbon that could be generated by any given parcel send. This generates a carbon yield number. Using that number as a guide, they use each parcel contribution to fund sustainability projects via South Pole.

  • The awesome part

    This partnership enables us to support genuinely world-changing initiatives aimed at preserving and regenerating natural ecosystems, whether it’s restoring endangered rainforest habitats or providing clean water access for communities in Africa. By doing so, we ensure that all our deliveries have a net carbon footprint of zero. Actually zero!

  • How you can get involved

    Every year, Sendle's community of business owners are given the chance to vote on which projects will offset Sendle's carbon emissions for the next 12 months.