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At Lezada, we put a strong emphasis on simplicity, quality and usefulness of fashion products over other factors. Our fashion items never get outdated. They are not short-lived as normal fashion clothes.

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FAQs

FAQs

We are always happy to talk to you about our service. If you have any questions that you don't see below, please just ping us via live chat or email!

We are a limited company who fund renewable energy projects and sponsor tree planting charities. Given that the core of this initiative will always be to reduce the most carbon dioxide possible and to plant the most trees possible, we chose to be a limited company due to the flexibility this provides vs a registered charity.

Making a profit from this initiative is not our aim here, and when compared to other competitors in our space, we donate a higher percentage of monthly subscriptions to projects to ensure the biggest impact possible. Please take a look at the Transparency section on our homepage to see how our subscriptions are broken down.

We offer monthly Renewable Funding + Prize Draw Entry subscriptions because they're exciting & rewarding and can therefore encourage more people to fund carbon offset projects. If you are looking to Offset carbon only, please just drop us an email :)

Free prize draws, such as ours, do not require a gambling license. This is made possible by offering our free entry route to each prize prize draw, which you will find in the Entry by Post subscription group. Entering the prize draw via the free route will mean that you will not fund any carbon offsetting.

As part of the service, we send out a succinct monthly email containing things like:

• Monthly prize draw results & prize updates if you signed up for one of our prize draw subscriptions - please expect some great prizes to come! #makeprizesgreatagain
• New projects we're supporting, features we're dropping and things we're doing.
• Some quick & easy tips to implement in order to live sustainably

To note:
Winners will have 20 days to claim prizes and prove eligibility (over 18 and UK resident), with any unclaimed prizes being included in the next eligible prize draw - so try to keep an eye out!

Each Furthr prize draw runs for a period of one calendar month ending on the 14th of every month. You will be entered into each month's prize draw from when you sign up to a prize draw plan or your recurring payment is received.

You will receive the monthly email around the 17th of every month to let you know if you won.

To note:
Winners will have 20 days to claim prizes and prove eligibility (over 18 and UK resident), with any unclaimed prizes being included in the next eligible prize draw - so try to keep an eye out! :)

You can keep up to date with your personal metrics in your account page.

Your online account is created automatically upon sign up to one of our plans - all you need to do is verify your account from within the welcome email which is sent upon sign-up.

If your verification link has expired, please let us know

In an aim to try and maximise project funding and to keep our operations simple, we don’t offer refunds on payments already made to Furthr by default. However, we're always happy to work something out if you'd like a refund - please just drop us a message!

Default for Subscription Cancellations
If you cancel your subscription in the middle of your subscription month (timed each month after the date on which you signed up) your subscription will still be active until the end of your subscription month but you will, of course, not be charged for the month after.

For Upgrades/Downgrades or Swapping of plans
If you upgrade/downgrade or swap your type of subscription in the middle of your subscription month, your old subscription will be active until the end of its subscription month and your new plan will be active from the next payment you make in your subscription. You can see all the details within your account section and we're always here to help.

We currently offer subscriptions only on the site as we think this model makes a bigger offsetting impact overall. However, it wouldn't be that hard for us to begin offering one-off payments so if it is something of interest please let us know.

For us, it's completely fundamental that we support projects in places where they are currently seen as an 'extra' and thus lack the right funding (this is known as 'additionality' in the climate community). Without this type of funding, the projects we back could not take place. This is exactly why we focus our funding on projects in developing countries, where renewable projects are most commonly non-viable at the moment. This additionality aspect is one of the key factors enabling us to be able to truly say that we’ve offsetted carbon, as we are able to confirm that the ofsetting could not have happened otherwise.

The emission levels you prevent by funding our renewable energy projects are verified to the highest standards possible:

1. By the UN's Clean Development Mechanism, which is where we purchase our certified emissions reductions from
2. By the verifications agency Gold Standard, who were set up by WWF to add a rigorous extra layer of due diligence for any carbon offsetting project. This includes verification that projects can be monitored to ensure they are producing as much clean energy as they agreed.

Please head to Projects & Verification for more info!

We use the latest available data from the worldwide emissions measurement charity Global Carbon Project on UK per capita CO2 emissions from consumption of goods and services. This figure is 8.3 tonnes annually for one UK individual, so we divide this by 12 to get our monthly data: 0.692.

The Importance of Global Carbon Project's data
Global Carbon Project supply what's known as 'consumption' emissions data, which reflects the carbon emissions caused by our consumption of goods and services imported from overseas as well as from within the UK. In a world where we're often using imported products, this gives a more realistic and thorough representation of our true, end-to-end carbon footprint.

To see an overview of the Global Carbon Project, please click here.
To see more detail on Consumption-based Emissions, please click here.

We do the following calculation to get the amount of beef steaks that each plan offsets per month:

1. We take the amount of money from each subscription plan that goes towards funding our carbon offset projects each month (£s).

2. We divide this by our Gold Standard-verified tonnage of carbon offset per pound from the carbon offset projects we fund (t per £). This gives us the tonnage of carbon offsetted per month (per plan).

3. We use data from the University of Oxford paper Poore & Nemecek (2008), which calculated that a 75g serving of beef generates the equivalent of 7.73 kg (0.00773 t) of CO2 emissions. This includes the emissions caused by all farm-to-fork aspects including methane generation, meat production and logistics. Of course, 75g is a small steak, so we build the emissions figures up to a standard steak serving of 225g, which is 23.19 kg CO2 (0.02319 t).

4. We divide the carbon offsetted per month (per plan) by the carbon emissions from a standard steak, which gives us the number of steaks that each plan offsets per month.

To note
We round this number to the nearest whole integer as the CO2 emissions from one beef steak is relatively small in comparison to our other offsetting figures.
When you sign up for a plan, your dashboard will reflect your total offset figures since you signed up.

We do the following calculation to get the amount of car journeys from London to Manchester that each plan offsets per month:

1. We take the amount of money from each subscription plan that goes towards funding our carbon offset projects each month (£s).

2. We divide this by our Gold Standard-verified tonnage of carbon offset per pound from the carbon offset projects we fund (t per £). This gives us the tonnage of carbon offsetted per month (per plan).

3. We use CO2 emissions Conversion Data from the Govt Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on the CO2 emissions outputted by medium-sized car per mile 0.27 Kg (0.00027 t). We see one car trip from London to Manchester as 208 miles, thus multiplying both of these figures together to get the CO2 emissions from one car journey from London to Manchester: 57.11 Kg (0.05711 t)

4. We divide the carbon offsetted per month (per plan) by the emissions of one trip from London to Manchester, giving us the total trips that each plan offsets per month.

To note
We round this number to the nearest 0.5 as the emissions from half a car journey from London to Manchester are significant.
When you sign up for a plan, your dashboard will reflect your total offset figures since you signed up

We do the following calculation to get the amount of flights from London to Rome that each plan offsets per month:

1. We take the amount of money from each subscription plan that goes towards funding our carbon offset projects each month (£s).

2. We divide this by our Gold Standard-verified tonnage of Carbon offset per pound from the carbon offset projects we fund (t per £). This gives us the tonnage of carbon offsetted per month (per plan).

3. We use CO2 emissions Conversion Data from the Govt Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on the CO2 emitted by one individual travelling on a European flight. 1km of short haul European flight travel for 1 individual emits 0.16 Kg CO2 (0.00016t). We see a flight from London to Rome as 1440 km, thus multiplying these two figures together to calculate the total carbon emitted by one individual on a flight from London to Rome as 227.98 Kg CO2 (0.22798 t).

4. We divide the carbon offsetted per month (per plan) by carbon emitted by one individual on a flight from London to Rome, which gives us the number of these flights that each plan offsets per month.

To note
We round this number to the nearest 0.5 as the CO2 emissions from an individual on a flight from London to Rome is significant.
When you sign up for a plan, your dashboard will reflect your total offset figures since you signed up.

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