A “sustainable” brand?

At Thingtesting, we aim to help people discover brands that align with their values - that includes a focus on sustainability. Some brands might say that they're environmentally-friendly but, the truth is, these claims require a lot more explanation (and evidence). We've asked brands to submit information on their certifications to offer more clarity around how they're taking better care of our planet.

Certifications as filters

We've added filters to help you find the brands in our directory making validated efforts to tread more lightly on our planet.

Browse the directory

Sustainability filters and certificates you'll find throughout our directory.

🌲Carbon Neutral Filter

This filter recognizes brands that work with nonprofit and for-profit organizations to measure their carbon footprints, obtain carbon offsetting credits, and implement reduction plans to lower their emissions. Read more about Climate Neutral Certified here, Carbon Neutral via CarbonFund here, Carbon Neutral via Pachama here and Climate Neutral via ClimatePartner here.

🐰Cruelty-Free Filter

Our cruelty-free filter includes brands that don't test their products on animals and/or do not contain animal products or byproducts. Read more about nonprofit Leaping Bunny here, and vegan certification organizations The Vegan Society here, Certified Vegan by Vegan.org here and PETA-approved Vegan here.

♻️More Eco-friendly Filters

Other filters on Thingtesting sort brands that meet environmental standards including B Corp (more here) or give part of their sales to environmental nonprofits like 1% for the Planet (more here).

🏅More Certificates

On individual brand pages, you can also see which brands have other sustainability and quality-control certifications such as FSC Certified Packaging (more here), GOTS (more here), ISO Standards (more here) and OEKO-TEX (more here) that verify that they’re meeting 3rd party-defined standards.

Brands by location

We've plotted headquarters for all brands on Thingtesting because shipping takes an environmental toll of its own.

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