Spring, TX, March 04, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Rainebrooke announced today that it is offsetting its carbon emissions for a third year in a row with Carbonfund.org, the leading nonprofit carbon reduction and climate solutions organization. This continued commitment establishes Rainebrooke as an environmental leader in the laptop bag community and demonstrates the proactive steps Rainebrooke is taking in the fight against global climate change.
Rainebrooke continues to reduce its carbon footprint by finding new ways to efficiently operate its day to day business. In addition to recycling and maintaining an energy efficient office and warehouse, it has recently reconfigured its shipping system to reduce all paper waste by going to electronic storage of shipping documents.
“Our commitment to the environment is a top priority,” says Steve Fronek, founder of Rainebrooke. “We are constantly on the look out for ways to reduce our footprint. By partnering with Carbonfund.org for a third year, we’re getting tips and advice from the best organization out there.”
Rainebrooke offers pink laptop bags and cases that are stylish and functional. Since 2005, Rainebrooke has been designing and making laptop bags for active, modern and mobile laptop users who want a break from the traditional laptop bag. Rainebrooke understands that contemporary laptop users value practical features but are not willing to sacrifice fashion. Rainebrooke strives to provide bags that achieve both and offer a wide variety to appeal to many different tastes. Please visit www.rainebrooke.com to view their collection of pink laptop bags and cases for women
Carbonfund.org is the leading nonprofit carbon reduction and climate solutions organization, making it easy and affordable for individuals, businesses and organizations to reduce their climate impact by supporting third-party validated renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation projects. Carbonfund.org has over 450,000 individual supporters and works with over 1,300 business and nonprofit partners. Please visit www.carbonfund.org.