In 2016 the world signed up to limit global warming to 2°C above pre-industrial levels through the Paris Agreement. The 2°C limit is a simple, singular and unifying goal. Granted, it is ambitious and may oversimplify a complex discussion but at Two Degrees they believe that goals are powerful instruments in effecting change - and that is exactly what we need right now.
We all have the power to make small everyday changes that collectively can make a big difference - whether it is making better purchasing decisions, supporting grass root projects or just wasting less stuff.
This Summer Two degrees are launching 'the world's most comfortable boat shoes'... And every pair purchased protects 1,000 square feet of endangered habitat around the world.
As part of their pre-launch Two Degress would love to give anyone who signs up to their pre-launch community the chance to protect 10 square feet of endangered habitat for free. All you have to do is simply enter your email address at Two Degrees.
That's it. When you sign up Two Degrees will pay for the land.
Well, we asked a few questions, had a look around their website, read the information offered, and they assure us that you can unsubscribe if you want to at any time, they definitely do not believe in spamming people with lots of emails, and they will give you a unique link when you sign-up, so that if you decide to share they can track how many people you refer - and that leads to rewards you can earn in their upcoming referral contest.
So aside from a monthly newsletter that is about as far as you have to indulge - not too high a price to pay for securing the safety of 10 square feet of endangered habitat.
Did we mention you will also get access to early bird pricing when Two Degrees launch their Kickstarter campaign next month - and have the opportunity to earn unique pre-launch rewards, such as a unique expedition journal, a limited edition stainless steel water bottle and adventure scratch map.
Visit We Are Two Degrees now to protect 10 square feet of endangered habitat.