Spoiler alert: We make it really, really easy.

Here's the scenario BC (before Cloverly):

  • Step 1: Recognize that your transactions and activities have environmental impacts.
  • Step 2: Create a sustainability department, which means hiring someone to run the department, which means taking time to search for the right person, which means trying to figure out which candidates really know what they're talking about, which stresses you out because sustainability is not really your area of expertise.
  • Step 3: Hire a lawyer to make sure you're doing everything the way you're supposed to do it and saying everything the way you're supposed to say it.
  • Step 4: Figure out how to measure the carbon impact of your transactions and activities. Don't forget your employees' daily trips to and from work.
  • Step 5: Hire a broker to buy carbon offset products.
  • Step 6: Figure out how to integrate a system for offsetting your carbon footprint into the flow of your daily business—without taking too much of your developers' time away from the work you've actually hired them to do.

Here's the process since Earth Day 2019, when Cloverly launched:

  • Step 1: Recognize that your transactions and activities have environmental impacts.
  • Step 2: Use Cloverly's API to offset those impacts.

To learn more about what Cloverly can do, just check out the docs. Or contact us anytime at [email protected].