In today's digital age, online shopping has become increasingly popular, offering convenience, variety, and doorstep delivery. However, have you ever wondered about the environmental impact of our digital retail therapy?
Amazon emitted the equivalent of 71.54 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2021. That’s up 18% from 2020, and an increase of nearly 40% from 2019, the year Amazon first began disclosing its carbon footprint.
Join us in the Green Deliveries campaign and make a positive impact on the environment while shopping online!
Every amazon ecommerce delivery generates a carbon footprint, contributing to climate change. But together, we can make a difference. Our goal is to make every online purchase carbon neutral by planting trees equivalent to the carbon footprint generated.
By supporting this campaign, you'll be part of a movement that ensures a sustainable ecommerce future.
Together, let's offset the environmental impact of online shopping and create a greener planet for future generations.
Shop guilt-free, knowing your deliveries are helping to plant a better tomorrow.
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Amazon Delivery Options
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Amazon Free Delievery
Amazon offers free delivery on eligible orders for customers who have an Amazon Prime membership. With Amazon Prime, members enjoy free and fast shipping on millions of items, along with other benefits such as access to Prime Video streaming, Prime Music, and more. Eligible items typically display the "Prime" logo, and customers can select the free delivery option during checkout. It's important to note that some restrictions may apply based on the delivery location and the specific items being purchased.