Welcome to our sustainability page, where we’ll highlight our latest updates on how we’re working to make the magazine as planet-friendly as possible, as well as an overview of our charity partner to whom a percentage of your fee is donated when you take out a subscription to the magazine.



SeaTrees plants and protects mangrove forest ecosystems, as Mangrove forests take 5-10 times more CO2 out of the atmosphere per hectare than tropical rainforests. Much of that carbon is stored in the soil and sediment that make up a mangrove ecosystem. 

SeaTrees works with local planting partners to plant mangroves in West Papua, Indonesia, and protect one of the largest tracts of mangrove forest in the Gulf of Thailand. They are also working with partners in California to restore more than 50 thousand square feet of kelp – kelp forests take out as much CO2 as the world’s mangroves.

By subscribing to the magazine, your donation will equate to the planting of one SeaTree, contributing to a cause that has a tangible effect on the levels of CO2 entering the atmosphere.


Here’s just a few ways we’ve tried to make our magazines a little greener.

  • We use FSC/PEFC certified paper stock and vegetable-based inks for our magazines.
  • Wrapped magazines are delivered in compostable packaging.
  • Our printers have a very robust environmental policy. They recycle 98.5% of all their waste.


Get your print subscription today and you'll be directly helping to make our planet a better place.
PLUS, we'll throw in a free 100% organic tee with your order.
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