Carbonfund.org is excited to share it’s new partnership with CHANGE, a technology platform to help partner businesses integrate carbon offsets. CHANGE empowers businesses to move at the speed of culture by managing the end-to-end logistics of social impact — from regulatory agreements to donation payouts.
With CHANGE, businesses can incorporate carbon offsets into their checkout flow, rewards programs, corporate giving programs, and much more (examples below).
- Checkout flow – Offset the carbon emissions of every shipment, or empower your customers to opt in. CHANGE’s platform calculates the cost to make a shipment carbon neutral based on Carbonfund.org’s emission calculations.
- Rewards programs – Add sustainable rewards options to your rewards program that connect with your customers — from planting 1 tree to offsetting a passenger vehicle for a year.
- Corporate giving programs – Empower your employees to offset their personal electric consumption. CHANGE’s platform integrates into any employee giving program.
- Cryptocurrency transactions – Power sustainable blockchain-based experiences by making every trade carbon neutral.
Have a use case that isn’t covered above? Reach out to email@example.com and their team can help you get started based on your business’s unique climate goals! CHANGE calculates and processes carbon offsets to Carbonfund.org — from shipments to cryptocurrency transactions. Their platform makes it easy for brands to incorporate sustainable business measures through its easy-to-use Climate APIs and Shopify App.
Check out our CHANGE partner page.
CHANGE streamlines charitable giving on the Internet through carbon offsets and secure donations. The platform enables brands to give at the speed of culture by streamlining regulatory agreements, donation payouts, and dynamic social media content. With ease, brands drive a measurable impact through the platform’s powerful CSR insights and community engagement tools. The company announced its Pre-Seed financing in December, including prominent angel investors from GoFundMe, Google, and Twitter.