The Yurok Tribe, the largest tribal group in California, owns land around the Klamath River and are participants in California's forest carbon offset program.
Banks of the Klamath River. The Yurok Tribe, the largest tribal group in California, owns land around the Klamath River and are participants in California's forest carbon offset program. © Kevin Arnold

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Case-Mate

Eco94 Case for Nature

Over 1.5 billion phones were sold in 2019 alone. About three quarters of consumers will buy a phone case to protect their purchase, contributing to the overwhelming amount of plastic being produced and discarded.

The Nature Conservancy has partnered with Case-Mate for the launch of their Eco94 Case for Nature line of phone cases that keep the future of our planet in mind. Case-Mate’s goal is to reduce plastic pollution by using renewable plant-based materials and reclaimed plastics to create cases for your devices. To help keep the planet green, Case-Mate is supporting the planting of more than 30,000 trees around the world through TNC’s Plant a Billion Trees program.

A Billion Begins with One Help us plant, protect and restore forests.

All Eco94 Case for Nature phone cases are recyclable and have benefits over traditional phone cases; they come in three models:

  • Recycled: Made of up to 80% post-consumer recycled plastics.
  • Eco-Clear: Constructed from sustainable (plant-based) bioplastics, the Eco-Clear case has a smaller carbon footprint than standard petroleum-based plastics.
  • Biodegradable: 100% biodegradable cases which are made of sustainable (plant-based) bioplastics, these cases do not contribute to plastics pollution because they naturally degrades over time.

Case-Mate has also removed all plastic from the Eco94 product packaging, opting for more environmentally conscious materials such as 100% recycled paper and a natural cotton pull tab.