Send marketing email with zero carbon emissions
EcoSend is the world's first climate-conscious email marketing platform.
Send newsletters and lifecycle emails that are better for your audience, your business, and the planet.
No credit-card required, and we'll migrate you for free.
Send Better Email
Beautiful, elegant emails, and advanced segmentation.
We automatically plant trees to offset your campaigns.
World-class energy-efficient, scalable infrastructure.
Backing carbon capture initiatives with part of our profit.
Powering sophisticated email marketing for purpose-led businesses.
"Not only has EcoSend been rewarding to use from a climate perspective, it’s also helped us engage more meaningfully with our users."
Partnership Director, Salanga
Research shows that sending one email can generate up to 26g of CO₂ emissions¹.
Processing, sending, receiving, and storing the contents of every email requires energy.
With global email sending predicted to grow to 376.4 billion/day in 2025, the emissions problem is also growing.
Our mission at EcoSend is to eliminate the carbon emissions of email marketing — by offsetting and reducing the emissions generated from email campaigns, with full transparency.
A continuous commitment to better, smaller formats and smarter, more efficient infrastructure mean we aim to generate the least emissions for every campaign you send. And any emissions generated are offset through carbon reduction initiatives.
A sustainable platform with zero compromise.
EcoSend is a world-class email marketing platform built on the same technology that powers the email marketing of multi-million dollar businesses.
Now you can send beautiful, effective email campaigns, while reducing the cost to the planet.
Everything you'd expect from modern email software. Sprinkled with innovation.
Show your audience you care.
Drive awareness of climate change and express your values with the EcoSend badge.
Frequently asked questions.
Measure the carbon emissions of your current email campaigns with our free carbon calculator for email.
A business you can believe in.
CO₂ emission estimates based on research from Mike Berners-Lee and his book "How Bad are Bananas?: The Carbon Footprint of Everything", along with further information and research from The Carbon Literacy Project.