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Cloverly is proud to have partnered in sustainability with Harney & Sons since August 2019. The family company, founded by the late John Harney, sells more than 300 varieties of...Learn More
Calita sells women’s underwear that’s beautiful, comfortable (made from buttery-soft, sustainable natural fibers), and ethical—”underwear that feels right.”Learn More
Ayoung forest covers a hilltop above the Youghiogheny River 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. Neat rows of houses nibble at its edges. Streams splash among maple, cherry, hickory...Learn More
Cloverly, the leading API for carbon offsetting, announced today the closing of a $2.1 million seed round. The climate tech startup also announced the appointment of Jason...Learn More
Could a compound listed by the federal government as an Extremely Hazardous Substance be a clean-fuel solution for ships? Maybe. Ammonia, the world’s second most common...Learn More
Seek Discomfort may seem like an odd name for a clothing brand and an even odder name for a lifestyle. Nevertheless, it is in fact both. And it’s truly inspiring.Learn More
Reagan Cline and Ben Weinberg had an epic time this winter on their monthlong trip through much of the American West. Making it sweeter was the knowledge that they neutralized...Learn More
Returning to our roots in a sustainable way. That’s what Jaylah Koree wants to achieve with her work. The University of Virginia student and founder of Koree’s Kare, one of...Learn More
Are you a shopper who wants to put your money where your values are? Then Hive Brands, a Cloverly partner since its launch in October 2020, is for you.Learn More
For retailers thinking of dialing back their sustainability practices during the pandemic, Ricardo Belmar has a warning: “Consumers are not going to abandon their sustainability...Learn More