Who are green spark?

Green Spark seek out and vet global projects for their social and environmental goals, which ties in with our own ethical mindset here on Pedal Jungle.

Our brand mission is to Do Good and Giveback where we can, and positive climate action is made easy by implementing Green Spark into our brand ethos and website structure, as environmental impacts and social change are made with EVERY purchase you place on the store.

Green Spark supports accredited climate action projects worldwide, and with every order you place, it helps us to maximise your positive impact for both the planet, and its people via the projects they are aligned with below.


EarthLungs is restoring critical mangroves and promoting economic opportunity in Kenya.

It empowers coastal communities through fair work and wages by restoring mangrove ecosystems, crucial to employment, livelihood and nutrition.

Mangrove restoration is the process of revitalising and improving mangroves - coastal wetland habitats mainly found in tropical regions with unique trees and plants. Mangroves are crucial ecosystems for a variety of wildlife, stabilising, protecting coastlines from storms and erosion, and absorbing large quantities of carbon emissions to fight climate change.

The key objective of EarthLung’s Mangrove restoration project in Kenya is to uplift financially disadvantaged coastal communities by revitalising the mangrove forests aiming to ‘break the cycle of poverty’. Through the restoration of the biodiverse estuary, this initiative will not only establish new fishing grounds but also generate supplementary sources of income. Moreover, the rejuvenated forests will serve as a protective barrier against storm surges.


UN Project 9933 is helping rural families switch to safer, cleaner, more efficient cookstoves in Malawi.

Traditional three-stone cooking fires used in Malawi require huge amounts of wood leading to regional deforestation and huge emissions of greenhouse gases. Additionally, the burden of work associated with collecting wood to prepare the fire largely falls on the shoulders of women.

Switching to a Changu Changu Moto saves 2.5 tonnes of carbon emissions a year.

Because of the wood-burning efficiency of improved cookstoves, women who switch to a changu changu motos save roughly 10 hours per week collecting firewood. Annually, this reduces wood consumption by an average of 100 bundles of wood per cookstove, or the equivalent of roughly 2.5 tonnes of carbon emissions.

Changu Changu Moto cookstoves provide a cleaner, more modern alternative to traditional three-stone fires, and reduce exposure to toxic smoke as well as the health risks associated with repeat exposure.

As women and children are usually in the home near cookstoves, they are most at risk for health issues associated with three-stone fires.

Therefore Changu Changu Motos directly benefit the health of women and children, and reduce risk of injury from open fire cooking.


Plastic Bank® are transforming Plastic Waste Into Empowering Income, and building ethical recycling ecosystems in coastal communities while simultaneously creating positive economic opportunities for those who helped collect it.

Plastic pollution is one of the greatest threats to our oceans and marine life, so not only does Plastic Bank prevent ocean-bound plastics from reaching our waterways, but they also reduce the number of new plastics being created by encouraging companies to switch to recycled sources.

Plastic Bank currently operates in Haiti, Brazil, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Egypt and builds ethical recycling ecosystems in coastal communities and reprocesses the materials for reintroduction into the global manufacturing supply chain. The plastic is sorted, weighed and exchanged for digital tokens that can be redeemed for basic necessities such as groceries, cooking fuel, school tuition, and health insurance.