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We're On A Mission

As CJA continues to grow, we have an increasing responsibility to commit additional resources toward our values in order to maximize the positive impact of our products. CJA has long held the conviction that we can be both a great business and a great corporate citizen. In fact, we believe we cannot be one without the other. Corporate social responsibility is cemented in CJA's DNA because our people believe deeply in making the world a better place.

How To Offset Your Order's Carbon Emissions:

STEP 1

Add products to cart. Shop as you would normally.

STEP 2

Check the box right above the subtotal asking if you'd like to make your order carbon neutral.

STEP 3

That's it! Now your order is carbon neutral and you've provided a solar cooker to a family in Chad, Africa!

What CJA Is Doing

The climate crisis is massive, complicated, and overwhelming. So, it’s often hard to know what we can do about our carbon footprint. Starting today, we’re taking a stand and doing something about. We’re partnering with EcoCart to empower the CJA community to make their orders 100% carbon neutral.

For every one of our amazing items that ships, you can now offset the specific carbon footprint with a positive environmental and societal impact! This means the full carbon emissions from producing, manufacturing, and shipping your favorite accessories to your door would be completely neutralized. Plus, the proceeds go to a foundation organized by EcoCart that provides solar cookstoves to refugee families in Chad, Africa!
Click here to learn more.

You can rest easy knowing that shopping with CJA means making a positive- and stylish, impact on the planet. So now you’ll know when a CJA package arrives at your door, you’ll get something you love and you’ll be proud of the fact that you’re taking a small step towards making a big change in the world.

Huh?

What can I do?

  • First, focus on the energy efficiency of your home. Efficiency is also the easiest way to save money. Program your thermostat. Check in with your own utility and see if they offer rebates on LED light bulbs, efficient appliances, upgraded insulation or other cost-effective upgrades like efficient water fixtures. Ask your utility if they offer a home energy audit.
  • If you own a house, installing solar might make financial sense for you. In some cases, you can install solar with no upfront cost while lowering your energy bill each month. In a few areas, you can buy into a community solar array that isn’t even on your property. If solar doesn’t work for your house or you live in an apartment or condo, ask your utility company if they offer a residential green power program. Many do with simple, reasonable terms.
  • Find brands with legitimate sustainability initiatives. Whether it’s with carbon neutral products, a sustainable supply chain, recycled materials, or eco-friendly packaging, we should all do our best to limit the carbon footprint of the products we buy.
  • Challenge yourself to drive less and bike more. Riding your bike forces you to utilize your own muscle power. You’ll get a workout all while helping the environment. Plus, it requires much less energy to produce a bike than it does to manufacture a car. If you can’t bike to work for whatever reason, take public transportation. It puts less cars on the road, which reduces the amount of exhaust filling the air at once.
  • Opt for reusable bottles, bags, and anything else that you usually use once then throw away. If that’s not an option, make sure to properly recycle any plastic, paper, glass or metal that comes into your life.