The Conscious Plant Kitchen

The Conscious Plant Kitchen

Make the world a better place, one bite at a time with Vegan recipes.

The Conscious Plant Kitchen

1,201 trees funded

  • Illustration of Avoiding methane emissions from landfill in Brazil project
  • Illustration of Protection of the MatavĂ©n forest in eastern Colombia project
  • Illustration of Solar power project in Morocco project
  • Illustration of Avoiding methane emissions from landfill in Brazil project
  • Illustration of Distributing cleaner cookstoves in Kenya project
  • Illustration of Wind power project in Mexico project
  • Illustration of Distributing cleaner cookstoves in Kenya project
  • Illustration of Wind power project in Mexico project
  • Illustration of Turning local organic waste into electricity in India project
  • Illustration of Peatland restoration and conservation in Indonesia project

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The Conscious Plant Kitchen's sustainability goals

Their journey to becoming a low carbon business

  • Zero-impact Web Publishing

The Conscious Plant Kitchen's badges

Keeping track of their climate contributions.

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Climate projects The Conscious Plant Kitchen has supported

Their funding directly supports climate projects all over the world

The Conscious Plant Kitchen's impact visualised

78.44 tonnes of CO2e is equivalent to one of the following

  • 60

    long haul flights

  • 235

    metres2 of sea ice saved

  • 194,610

    miles driven in a car

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