Gaiam Goes Wild For Go Zero

Gaiam logoIn 2006, as part of efforts to improve the environment, build sustainable economies and promote healthy lifestyles, Gaiam: an eco-healthy lifestyle company and the Fund, launched the world’s first sustainable shipping program. The ground-breaking initiative has given Gaiam’s online customers the opportunity to add a small donation at checkout that goes directly to The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero® program.

Already, Gaiam and its customers have helped the Fund plant 120,000 trees across six national wildlife refuges. As the trees grow into healthy forests, they are expected to trap nearly 100,000 tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. 

Part 1: How Go Zero Has Supported Gaiam’s Goal of Sustainability: Q & A with Gaiam’s Chris Fisher


Part 2: How Go Zero has helped tackle climate change and habitat loss: Q & A with Jena Meredith, director of the Go Zero program


Part 3: How Go Zero has helped restore native forestlands:  Q&A with Tim Menard, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist