Our dedication to the environment and global health fuels our mission to create positive, sustainable change.
Force Factor® has achieved CarbonNeutral® Company certification in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol, the leading global framework for carbon neutrality. In collaboration with Climate Impact Partners, we’ve undergone a rigorous assessment of our greenhouse gas emissions. We’re dedicated to offsetting our unavoidable emissions through support of a carefully chosen portfolio of carbon projects that protect forests, support better air quality, and improve global health for a better future.
This project aims to reforest one million acres of the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley, an area which was once covered by 22 million acres of dense forest, less than 20% of which remain today.
This collection of three Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) projects aims to prevent deforestation across 105,000 hectares of pristine rainforest in the Amazon basin, protecting some of the world’s most biodiverse habitats.
Communities in rural Kenya typically use wood and charcoal to fuel open fires and inefficient cookstoves, creating indoor air pollution, releasing CO2e emissions into the atmosphere, and putting pressure on local forests. These burn efficient cookstoves are manufactured and distributed locally, employing more than 400 people, 60% of whom are women.
Water-borne disease has been identified as a national priority in Guatemala. This project enables access to clean water through the distribution of water filters, and improved cooking conditions by providing stove designs that increase fuel efficiency and reduce harmful indoor air pollution; alleviating the pressure on national forests.
- Removed polypropylene from ~50% of product labels, switching to paper where possible
- Switched to eco-friendlier substrate for carton packaging
- Added “Please Recycle” logos to all boxes
Force Factor® is working closely with suppliers to implement more post-consumer recycled plastic into our bottles and packaging by the end of 2024.