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Stickbulb

Climate Neutral Certified Label

category

Design + Home

first certified

2021

current certification year

2023

About Climate Neutral Certification

Wherever you see the Climate Neutral Certified label, it means the company is accountable for its greenhouse gas emissions. To earn the label, a company must annually measure cradle-to-customer emissions, implement specific action plans to reduce emissions, and invest in high quality, verified carbon credits.

The certification requirements are detailed in the rigorous, peer-reviewed Climate Neutral Certified Standard. Each company’s application is reviewed for compliance by Change Climate’s certification team.

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Emissions

Stickbulb's emissions inventory uses a mix of spend- and activity-based data. Stickbulb attests to the accuracy of their data inputs and the Change Climate team reviews the submission for compliance with our Standard.

257 tCO₂e

Roughly equal to driving 57 gas-powered cars for one year

02

Reduction Plans

Stickbulb has adopted near-term action plans to reduce GHG emissions within the next 12-24 months.

Active

Source of emissions

Electricity

Action

We plan to reduce the amount of electricity we use at our office.

Status

In progress

Complete By

Q1 2022

Scope

Scope 2

Source of emissions

Raw materials

Action

We plan to reduce the amount of drivers needed to power our larger fixtures. In turn, this will reduce the amount of metal needed in the can ...read more

Status

Newly set

Complete By

Q2 2024

Scope

Scope 3

Source of emissions

Raw materials

Action

We plan to reduce emissions by increasing the percentage of recycled wood material used in our products.

Status

In progress

Complete By

Q1 2024

Scope

Scope 3

Source of emissions

Packaging

Action

Redesign current packaging across 50% of our product line to use 100% recyclable materials.

Status

Newly set

Complete By

Q1 2025

Scope

Scope 3

Source of emissions

Software and servers

Action

Transition data storage and backup to lower-carbon server across all operations.

Status

Newly set

Complete By

Q4 2023

Scope

Scope 3

Completed

Source of emissions

Electricity

Action

We plan to reduce emissions from purchased electricity at our office.

Status

Completed

Complete By

Q1 2022

Scope

Scope 2

Emissions reduction targets

Stickbulb has set a long-term commitment aligned with climate science

Active

Target

We commit to reducing 2021 Scope 1 and 2 emissions 50% by 2030.

03

Compensation

Stickbulb addressed last year’s emissions by buying and retiring an equal amount of high quality, verified carbon and clean energy credits.

Emissions accounted for

257 tCO₂e

Roughly equal to keeping 287,840 pounds of carbon in the ground

Total investment

$2,570

Project types

Avoid deforestation

Type

Avoid deforestation

Description

Projects that reduce the risk of deforestation in important forest ecosystems.

The first Stickbulb prototypes were made in 2012 from a pile of scrap wood destined for the landfill. This moment defined our philosophy of making more light with less waste. Since that day we have constructed our LED fixtures out of wood from sustainably managed forests and locally demolished buildings, including dismantled NYC water towers. Much of our innovation is invisible - making LCA-driven tweaks to our supply chain, piloting new and sustainable material sources, or investing in more power efficient sub-components.

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