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Shaklee is Climate Neutral

  • 2000: Shaklee became the first company in the world to obtain Climate Neutral certification and totally offset its greenhouse gas emissions, resulting in a net zero impact on the environment.
  • 2006: Shaklee became the first consumer products company to offset 100% of greenhouse gas emissions through the US EPA Climate Leader's Program, and use 100% green power.
  • 2008: Shaklee was named to the Top 20 Retail Partner list by the U.S. EPA Green Power Partnership in recognition of being a top purchaser of green power.
  • 2008: Shaklee worldwide operations including the US, Japan, China, Taiwan, Canada, Mexico, and Malaysia were all carbon neutral.
  • 2009: Shaklee achieved its goal with the US EPA Climate Leaders Program to maintain net zero greenhouse gas emissions in the United States from 2006 through 2009.
  • 2009: Shaklee was honored with the Clean Air Award by Breathe California in recognition of Shaklee's leadership in reducing global warming and improving air quality.
  • 2009: Shaklee was also honored with the Business Environmental Award for Sustainability from Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet for environmental stewardship, climate action leadership and social equality.
  • 2009: Shaklee was honored with a Green Power Leadership Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in recognition of the company's commitment and contribution to helping advance the development of the nation's voluntary green power market.
  • 2010, September: EPA announced the Climate Leaders Program was ending. We continue to measure our carbon footprint and maintain net zero emissions.
  • 2011: Shaklee once again maintained net zero emissions.
  • 2012: Shaklee once again maintained net zero emissions.
  • 2013: Shaklee maintained net zero emissions and continued participation in the EPA's Green Power Program.
  • 2014: Shaklee once again maintained net zero emissions and continued participation in the EPA's Green Power Program.
  • 2015: Shaklee once again maintained net zero emissions and purchased additional carbon offsets to comply voluntarily with the new Scope 2 guidelines. Shaklee also continued participation in the EPA's Green Power Program.
  • 2016: Shaklee maintained net zero emissions once again. In keeping with the new Scope 2 guidelines, Shaklee purchased renewable energy credits from the countries in which emissions were generated, wherever possible. For the balance of emissions, Shaklee purchased carbon offsets.
  • 2017: Shaklee once again maintained net zero emissions by purchasing renewable energy credits from the countries in which emissions were generated, when possible and verifiable, and carbon offsets for the balance.
  • 2018: Shaklee again maintained net zero emissions by purchasing renewable energy credits from the countries in which emissions were generated, where possible and verifiable, and carbon offsets for the balance.
  • 2019: Shaklee continued to maintain net zero emissions by purchasing renewable energy credits from the countries in which emissions were generated, where possible and verifiable, and carbon offsets for the balance.
  • 2020: Shaklee continued to maintain net zero emissions by purchasing renewable energy credits from the countries in which emissions were generated, where possible, and carbon offsets for the balance.