Positive products. Positive impacts.
At Fabulous Planning always aim to create products that not only leave a great lasting impression with you - but the planet as well.
It's official, we're in a relationship.
We've partnered with Ecologi's growing community of incredible people & businesses.
With Ecologi we can maximise our positive impact and create products that leave a lasting impression for the environment.
🌴😎 new holiday who dis?
Our long haul flight of choice is London to San Francisco, a distance of 8,619.80km.
The total flight emissions for one person is 130.23kg (1.3 tonnes) - so far we've sequestered the equivalent of 114 journeys!
🚗💨 road trip, anyone?
The US Environmental Protection Agency's carbon emissions calculator estimates that 2481 miles (3992.7km) emits 1 tonne of CO2.
So far we've offset over 350,000 miles driven in a car - that's one long trip, I hope you brought snacks.
🥶🧊 it's a good kind of cold
A 2016 research paper published in Novembers issue of Science Magazine, found that the loss of Arctic sea ice had a linear relationship to CO2 emissions. This rate is 3 ± 0.3 square metres per tonne of CO2.
😮 Fun fact: Fabulous Planning has a historical tie to the South Pole. Our ancestor "Henry Robertson Bowers" was part of Captain Scott's Terra Nova expedition to the South Pole.
Offset 100 tones of CO2
So far we've reduced the amount of CO2 in our planet's atmosphere by 100 tonnes. This amount of carbon is equivalent to 248,139 miles driven in a car!
10,000 trees planted
We've planted a humungous amount of trees, it's a forest that we'd be happy to get lost in! Our next milestone (as of Feb 2022) is to plant 50,000 trees!
6 months climate positive
As of February 2022, we've ticked off 6 whole months of climate positivity. That means we're offsetting the carbon emissions of all of our employees, as well as funding climate-action & local initiative projects like preserving Amazonian rainforest in Brazil, and wind power generation in Backyard Lieu Province, Vietnam.
⚡ clean electricitylearn more
This small hydropower project is located in the lesser Himalayas, in India. Water in the form of snow-melt and rain, as well as water from nearby springs, feed the catchment area. This is a Run-of-River scheme, with 2 turbines placed in the river that are rotated by the flowing river water.
🧑🍳 cleaner cookstoveslearn more
This project replaces carbon-intensive charcoal stoves with fuel-efficient insulated stoves, known as the Toyola Coalpot, across Ghana. These ‘coalpots’ are 33% more fuel-efficient than traditional cooking methods and significantly reduce charcoal consumption – reducing both air pollution and decreasing the amount of biomass required.
♻️ waste biogas into energylearn more
This innovative project mitigates greenhouse gas emissions caused by the decomposition of wastewater from the Thai San Miguel Liquor (TSML) distillery in Bangkok, by capturing biogas from wastewater and converting it to electricity in newly-installed engines.
🌳 preserving rainforestslearn more
The objective of this Brazilian Amazon REDD project is to avoid emissions from planned deforestation on a property in Para State, in the Eastern Amazon of Brazil. The property includes five forest areas: Rio Capim, Poty, Cauaxi, Sumal and Caculé, totaling over 200,000 hectares. This project will preserve 27,434.9 hectares of native forest within the site, which had previously been designated for deforestation in order to clear the land for livestock pasture.