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The Lovevery Commitment

is grounded in our

commitment to families. 

Children are instinctively curious about the natural world. You may notice your baby startle when the wind blows across their face, or see them staring up at dark branches against a light sky. Toddlers love to watch insects crawling across the pavement or point at the moon and say its name.

So it’s hard not to worry: “will this always be here for them?”

The responsibility of taking care of the planet can feel overwhelming and hard, which is why we have dedicated significant time and resources to this problem.

The Lovevery Commitment is grounded in our commitment to families. Just like you, we want to preserve what we’ve been given and pass it down to our children. We take our responsibility as a company seriously, and we know this work will always be in front of us.

We know we have a long way to go. Ultimately, we need to be confident that we’ve done everything we can.

Mother and child playing with Lovevery Plaything

The Lovevery Commitment

is grounded in our

commitment to families. 

Children are instinctively curious about the natural world. You may notice your baby startle when the wind blows across their face, or see them staring up at dark branches against a light sky. Toddlers love to watch insects crawling across the pavement or point at the moon and say its name. 

So it’s hard not to worry: “will this always be here for them?”

The responsibility of taking care of the planet can feel overwhelming and hard, which is why we have dedicated significant time and resources to this problem. 

The Lovevery Commitment is grounded in our commitment to families. Just like you, we want to preserve what we’ve been given and pass it down to our children. We take our responsibility as a company seriously, and we know this work will always be in front of us.

We have a long way to go. Ultimately, we need to be confident that we’ve done everything we can.

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Our sustainability goals

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By 2023: Ensure everything we make has the longest life possible—so it can be passed on to another family or made complete again.

What that means

Can’t find that missing puzzle piece? No problem: we’re committed to building the best quality products that will last generations (and replacing those lost pieces in the process). We are also looking into a secondhand marketplace that best fits families’ needs.

How we’ll get there

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By 2025: 90% of the materials used in our products and packaging are made from renewable, biobased, or recycled materials that are verified by third parties where possible.

What that means

When it comes to their impact on the environment, not all materials are created equal. In many of our products, we already use eco-conscious materials like FSC-Certified Wood, organic cotton, and biobased plastic. We anticipate that material innovation and new technology will help us do even better.

How we’ll get there

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By 2030: Achieve net zero carbon in every possible part of our supply chain.

What that means

Net zero: Having a realistic and actionable plan to reduce emissions and only using carbon offset where emissions reduction technology is not available—while also supporting carbon removal.

This is a big one: for us, “net zero” is a real promise. We know that every product piece, shipment, and employee action results in a carbon emission; everything we do leaves a footprint on the planet. Eliminating the negative effects of our environmental impact is a serious undertaking, and we know we have our work cut out for us. We’ll work with our suppliers to use renewable energy, reduce our transportation emissions, and only rely on offsets when we’ve exhausted all other solutions.

How we’ll get there

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Ongoing: Inspire others to join us in asking questions, learning, and taking action.

What that means

We’re asking a lot of questions—and learning so much—as we make these commitments. “Living sustainably” can feel overwhelming, in the same way that understanding children’s brain development felt overwhelming at first. Yet we know that with the right research, experts, and positive approach, we can make incredible progress—and inspire our community and industry in the process.

How we’ll get there

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Our sustainability goals

By 2023: All Lovevery products and packaging have a circular solution for waste diversion and natural resource conservation.

By 2025: 90% of the materials used in our products and packaging are made from renewable, biobased, or recycled materials that are verified by third parties.

Illustrated icon of hand pinching ball

By 2023: Ensure everything we make has the longest life possible—so it can be passed on to another family or made complete again.

What that means

Can’t find that missing puzzle piece? No problem: we’re committed to building the best quality products that will last generations (and replacing those lost pieces in the process). We are also looking into a secondhand marketplace that best fits families’ needs.

How we’ll get there

Illustrated icon of leaves

By 2025: 90% of the materials used in our products and packaging are made from renewable, biobased, or recycled materials that are verified by third parties where possible.

What that means

When it comes to their impact on the environment, not all materials are created equal. In many of our products, we already use eco-conscious materials like FSC-certified wood, organic cotton, and biobased plastic. We anticipate that material innovation and new technology will help us do even better.

How we’ll get there

Illustrated icon of house with leaves

By 2030: Achieve net zero carbon in every possible part of our supply chain.

What that means

Net zero: Having a realistic and actionable plan to reduce emissions and only using carbon offset where emissions reduction technology is not available—while also supporting carbon removal.

This is a big one: for us, “net zero” is a real promise. We know that every product piece, shipment, and employee action results in a carbon emission; everything we do leaves a footprint on the planet. Eliminating the negative effects of our environmental impact is a serious undertaking, and we know we have our work cut out for us. We’ll work with our suppliers to use renewable energy, reduce our transportation emissions, and only rely on offsets when we’ve exhausted all other solutions.

How we’ll get there

Illustrated icon of hands high-fiving

Ongoing: Inspire others to join us in asking questions, learning, and taking action.

What that means

We’re asking a lot of questions—and learning so much—as we make these commitments. “Living sustainably” can feel overwhelming, in the same way that understanding children’s brain development felt overwhelming at first. Yet we know that with the right research, experts, and positive approach, we can make incredible progress—and inspire our community and industry in the process.

How we’ll get there

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Lovevery is a Certified B Corporation™

Certified B Corporations meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability.

Read more about our B Corp score here.

Certified B Corporation Logo

Lovevery is a Certified B Corporation™

Certified B Corporations meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. Read more about our B Corp score here.

Lovevery’s

Sustainability

Work So Far

Lovevery's sustainability work so far

By the numbers

13,934 metric tons

(Jan. 19' to Feb. '22)

Metric tons of carbon offset from our supply chain. 

That’s equivalent to:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions from 3,002 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • Carbon sequestered by 16,490 acres of U.S. forests in one year

297 megawatts

(Aug. '19 to March '21)

Electricity offset by investments in 297 megawatts of wind power.

That’s equivalent to:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions from 45.4 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • Carbon sequestered by 249 acres of U.S. forests in one year

392 megawatts

(April '21 to Dec. '21)

Renewable energy invested into the Idaho Power Program to have 100% renewable energy in our Idaho office space until the end of 2022.

That’s equivalent to:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions from 59.9 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • Carbon sequestered by 329 acres of U.S. forests in one year

Product materials

  • We are redesigning our packaging to be more efficient for the environment and our customers.
  • FSC-certified, sustainably sourced wood
  • Recyclable packaging
  • OEKO-TEX® certified fabrics in our Home Collection and Play Gym
  • Recycled paper
  • Soy-based ink
  • Biobased plastics in some products
  • Handcrafted felt
  • Water-based paint and finishes
  • Organic cotton in our Playthings and Home Collection
By the Numbers

11,129

Metric tons of carbon offset from our supply chain in January 2019-July 2021.

That's equivalent to:

Greenhouse gas emissions from 2,420 passenger vehicles driven for one year

Carbon sequestered by 13,635 acres of U.S. forests in one year

297 megawatts

Electricity offset by investments in 297 megawatts of wind power.

That's equivalent to:

Greenhouse gas emissions from 45.8 passenger vehicles driven for one year

Carbon sequestered by 3,480 tree seedlings grown for 10 years

115 megawatts

Renewable energy invested into the Idaho Power Green Power Program (Solar4RSchools) to have 100% renewable energy in our Idaho office space.

That's equivalent to:

Avoiding 110 metric tons of CO2 being emitted into the atmosphere

Greenhouse gas emissions from 23.9 passenger vehicles driven for one year

Carbon sequestered by 1,816 tree seedlings grown for 10 years

Lovevery’s

sustainability

work so far

By the numbers

13,934 metric tons

(Jan. 19' to Feb. '22)

Metric tons of carbon offset from our supply chain. 

That’s equivalent to:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions from 3,002 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • Carbon sequestered by 16,490 acres of U.S. forests in one year

297 megawatts

(Aug. '19 to March '21)

Electricity offset by investments in 297 megawatts of wind power.

That’s equivalent to:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions from 45.4 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • Carbon sequestered by 249 acres of U.S. forests in one year

392 megawatts

(April '21 to Dec. '21)

Renewable energy invested into the Idaho Power Program to have 100% renewable energy in our Idaho office space until the end of 2022.

That’s equivalent to:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions from 59.9 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • Carbon sequestered by 329 acres of U.S. forests in one year

Product materials

  • We are redesigning our packaging to be more efficient for the environment and our customers.
  • FSC-certified, sustainably sourced wood
  • Recyclable packaging
  • OEKO-TEX® certified fabrics in our Home Collection and Play Gym
  • Recycled paper
  • Soy-based ink
  • Biobased plastics in some products
  • Handcrafted felt
  • Water-based paint and finishes
  • Organic cotton in our Playthings and Home Collection

Our offsets at work

Children holding a BioLite Stove in Uganda

BioLite Improved Stove Program in Uganda

(In partnership with 3Degrees)

Project investment from 2019-2020

Certification Type: Gold Standard

We invest in distributing BioLite HomeStove to Ugandan households to reduce toxic pollutant emissions by 90%. The project also decreases deforestation by reducing reliance on wood for fuel.

Amazonian wetlands in Brazil

Preventing Amazonian Deforestation in Brazil

(In partnership with Flexport.org)

Project investment from 2020-2022

Certification Type: Climate, Community and Biodiversity Standard (CCBS) with Triple Gold Distinction and Verified Carbon Standard (VCS)

We invest in the protection of 500,000 acres of tropical rainforest. Clear-cutting this region would have resulted in 12.5 million tons of CO2 emissions.

 Acapa—Bajo Mira y Frontera forest

Protecting High Quality Forest Projects: Acapa—Bajo Mira y Frontera

(In partnership with Shopify)

Project investment from 2021-2022

Certification Type: Verified Carbon Standard

Lovevery’s investment in these projects goes towards offsetting emissions from customer shipments. This carbon offsets invest in projects from Pachama to protect high-quality forest projects throughout the globe in partnership with Shopify. More information about the project we are supporting can be found here.

Our offsets at work

children holding a BioLite Stove in Uganda

BioLite Improve Stove Program in Uganda

(In partnership with 3Degrees)

Project investment from 2019-2020

Certification Type: Gold Standard

We invest in distributing BioLite HomeStove to Ugandan households to reduce toxic pollutant emissions by 90%. The project also decreases deforestation by reducing reliance on wood for fuel.

Amazonian wetlands

Preventing Amazonian Deforestation in Brazil

(In partnership with Flexport.org)

Project investment from 2020-2022

Certification Type: Climate, Community and Biodiversity Standard (CCBS) with Triple Gold Distinction and Verified Carbon Standard (VCS)

We invest in the protection of 500,000 acres of tropical rainforest. Clear-cutting this region would have resulted in 12.5 million tons of CO2 emissions.

Acapa—Bajo Mira y Frontera Forest

Protecting High Quality Forest Projects: Acapa—Bajo Mira y Frontera

(In partnership with Shopify)

Project investment from 2021-2022

Certification Type: Verified Carbon Standard

Lovevery’s investment in these projects goes towards offsetting emissions from customer shipments. The carbon offsets invest in projects from Pachama to protect high-quality forest projects throughout the globe in partnership with Shopify. More information about the project we are supporting can be found here.

Commitments

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Climate Collaborative

As of October 2020, we joined the Climate Collaborative to help scale solutions to reverse the impacts of climate change. We’ll work to support policy implementation and accelerate a carbon-free economy by making commitments to:

In October 2020, we joined the Climate Collaborative to help scale solutions to reverse the impacts of climate change. We’ll work to support policy implementation and accelerate a carbon-free economy by making commitments to:

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Responsible engagement in climate policy

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Remove commodity-driven deforestation from supply chains

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Increasing energy efficiency

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Reduce the climate impact of packaging

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Reduce the climate impact of transportation

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Responsible engagement in climate policy

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Remove commodity-driven deforestation from supply chains

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Increasing energy efficiency

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Reduce the climate impact of packaging

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Reduce the climate

impact of transportation

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As of April 2021

We commit to working to reduce our emissions, achieve net zero emissions, and disclose our progress on a yearly basis.

B Corp Net Zero 2030 Logo

As of July 2021

Joining 1500+ businesses, we commit to reducing emissions wherever possible and using verified offsets, emphasizing carbon removal projects, to balance emissions that cannot be eliminated.

Idaho For Good Logo

As of August 2021

Idaho for Good is a group of conscious businesses in Idaho working together to strengthen business as a force for good in our communities.

EPA Green Power Partner

As of December 2021

As an EPA Green Power Partner, we commit to sustainable practices through our use of renewable energy to reduce our carbon footprint. We are recognized as 100% Green Power User for our US Scope 2 emissions.

SME Climate HUB Logo

As of April 2021

We commit to working to reduce our emissions, achieve net zero emissions, and disclose our progress on a yearly basis.

B Corp Net Zero 2030

As of July 2021

Joining 1500+ businesses, we commit to reducing emissions wherever possible and using verified offsets, emphasizing carbon removal projects, to balance emissions that cannot be eliminated.

Idaho For Good Logo

As of August 2021

Idaho for Good is a group of conscious businesses in Idaho working together to strengthen business as a force for good in our communities.

EPA Green Power Partner Logo

As of December 2021

As an EPA Green Power Partner, we commit to sustainable practices through our use of renewable energy to reduce our carbon footprint. We are recognized as 100% Green Power User for our US Scope 2 emissions.