Good Clean Love And CCC Bring Carbon Neutrality to Personal Care

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April 12, 2018

New York, New York; Eugene, Oregon


Good Clean Love Ups Sustainability Commitments, Unveils World’s First Carbon Neutral Personal Lubricant


In honor of Earth Day 2018, and “Earth Month,” Carbon Credit Capital (“CCC”) is proud to announce the newest member of the Carbon Neutral Checkout program: Intimacy products manufacturer, Good Clean Love. Good Clean Love and CCC entered into partnership back in February.

Today we’re rolling out Good Clean Love’s flagship product, Almost Naked organic personal lubricant, as the world’s first carbon neutral personal lubricant. Good Clean Love will now donate funds for every lubricant bottle purchased to a project that reduces greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to that bottle’s carbon footprint. The initiative will neutralize the product’s environmental impact and simultaneously serve as a role model for smaller companies seeking to mitigate their effect on climate change.


Good Clean Love partnered with CCC to measure the greenhouse gas emissions generated by its Almost Naked product. We calculated emissions from raw materials through manufacturing, processing, packaging, warehousing and shipping, and calculate a per-unit price for those emissions. We then helped the Good Clean Love select GEC Organics Waste Composting Project. GEC’s operations reduce fertilizer, and land-use change-related carbon emissions by converting chicken manure, food waste and green waste into organic soil that can reduce or replace fertilizer in agriculture applications.


GEC is one of only three U.S.-based carbon offset projects to achieve Gold Standard project verification, one of the highest such standards in the world. The standard ensures that carbon credits are real, verifiable and capable of making measurable contributions to sustainable development worldwide.


Leading the Way for Smaller Companies Committed to Combatting Climate Change


“This initiative is the next logical step in our commitment to maintaining ethical business practices that benefit our customers as well as the planet,” said Good Clean Love CEO Wendy Strgar. “We previously established our credentials in this area by our safe product formulations, our green packaging, and our PETA-endorsed product testing. Our new carbon-neutral program extends those efforts by taking responsibility for the carbon emissions generated in producing and shipping our lubricant.”


“Small and mid-sized companies account for about 80% of global greenhouse gas emissions. That means these companies can have a greater cumulative climate impact than the largest emitters in the world if they sign on to carbon offset programs in large numbers,” said Reed Shapiro, Director, Business Development, Carbon Credit Capital. “Good Clean Love’s decision to participate in the carbon offset movement sets a strong example that can help encourage other SMBs to become climate activists by going carbon-neutral.”


We are thrilled to be in partnership with Good Clean Love, and look forward to advancing our work together.


About Good Clean Love

Good Clean Love provides intimacy products formulated without petrochemicals, parabens and other ingredients that cause genital tissue damage and increase the risk of vaginal infection. Independent research has named the company’s line of organic personal lubricants as one of the safest products in their class. Good Clean Love is also a fellow Certified B Corporation, the only company in the category using green plastics made of recyclable sugar cane, and the first company to persuade the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve a personal lubricant for sale without using rabbits and guinea pigs in irritation and allergic reaction tests. For more information, visit


About Carbon Credit Capital

We specialize in linking global partners to high-quality carbon emission reduction projects in developing and domestic markets. CCC works to reduce carbon emissions, provide climate education, and achieve sustainability goals with corporations, non-profits, small businesses, and universities. For more information, visit our main site.










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