How startups can fight climate change
The goal: convince 25 other startups to join us in fighting climate change by joining Stripe Climate and giving 1% of their revenue (or more!) to carbon removal.
If you already use Stripe to accept payments, you can start contributing a percentage of your revenue automatically.
Who just signed up for Stripe Climate?
Dan Hulton, nodewood.com
Brendan Andrade, brightbits.app
Avi Goldman, useparcel.com
Hugo Montenegro, namy.ai
Till Krüss, objectcache.pro
Bryan Barletta, soundsprofitable.com
Robert McLaws, burnrate.io
Carter Bryden, approximated.app
James McKinven, indiebites.co
Yash Desai, indiemaker.tech
Harry Morton, lowerstreet.co
Benedikt Deicke & Jane Portman, userlist.com
Bertrand Bruandet, nicelydone.club
Corey Griffin, speakflow.com
Jonny Platt, seoscout.com
Jason Miller, seowl.co
Nik Szymanis, tickit.ca
Luke Hebblethwaite, quickfire.io
Rick van Haasteren, siteguru.co
David Keyes, rfortherestofus.com
Mario Rodriguez, fusioncast.fm
Jack Gardner, ethy.co.uk
Mischa Sigtermans, stagent.com
This year, we've contributed nearly $10,000 to Stripe's carbon removal program.
Stripe Climate background
Stripe's climate program allows companies to "direct a fraction of your revenue to fund carbon removal—with just a few clicks."
In 2019, Stripe made their negative emissions commitment:
We will seek to purchase negative CO2 emissions at any price per tCO2, starting immediately. We expect that the best price will initially be very high: almost certainly more than $100 per tCO2, as compared to the $8 per tCO2 we pay for offsets. We commit to spending at least twice as much on sequestration as we do on offsets, with a floor of at least $1M per year.
Patrick Collison, the CEO, recently revealed that "Stripe's user base is now by far the largest carbon removal purchasing coalition in the world."