Ethically uses over 700 data sources to help you shop with the brands that give you

that warm fuzzy feeling.

Consider us your PhD in ESG research

You don’t have to spend hours researching to feel good about who you’re buying from.

Ethically’s 700+ trusted data sources help you figure out which companies are up to snuff.

Support the most sustainable brands in 60 seconds or less

The Easiest Way to Make a Difference

With the Ethically Chrome extension, you have instant access to sustainability scores so you can be sure your purchasing decisions are well-informed.

Here’s how:

After you’ve downloaded and installed the Ethically Chrome extension from the Chrome Web Store:

1. Click the “Extensions” button next to your Profile avatar, the one that looks like a tiny puzzle piece.

2. On the dropdown, look for Ethically. Click the “pushpin” icon until it turns blue.

3. Anytime you visit a website, you will see the company’s letter grade next to the Ethically icon on your browser bar.

4. If a company has a bad sustainability grade, we’ll show you better alternatives. Simply click on the Ethically icon on the browser bar and you’ll be able to expand the pop-up to preview the options.

5. Make sure you click the extension and sign in with either Google or your email to get the most out of the experience!

You don’t have to give up free shipping to feel good about your purchases

Ethically is now embedded in Amazon so you can see brand scores alongside your favorite brands. Simply shop as you normally would and keep an eye out for our letter grades to monitor what the sustainability score of your upcoming purchase is.

Best in Class

The companies below are great places to start your sustainable shopping journey.

And don’t worry – if that changes, Ethically will be the first to let you know about it.

Adidas AG is a German multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, that …
Sephora is a French multinational retailer of personal care and …
Patagonia, Inc. produces sport clothing and gear for men, …

of U.S. millennials hope companies will take the lead on social issues they find important.

Source: 2017 Cone Communications CSR Study


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Sustainability Scores

What is ESG? TLDR: how much a company cares about the earth, community and its employees. We use 735 independent, trusted sources to show you simple scores on each to make it easy to understand.

Environmental involves climate change, resource depletion, waste and pollution, and deforestation.

The Social Responsibility score rates a company’s performance in relation to working conditions, local communities, conflict, health and safety, employee relations and diversity.

Governance has to do with executive pay, bribery and corruption, political lobying and donations, tax strategy, and board diversity and structure.

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