The Fight to Save Kahaluʻu Bay

Kahalu'u Bay Hawaii Kahaluʻu Bay, Hawaii Why Mineral-Only Sunscreen Matters Cindi Punihaole grew up on the Kona coast of Hawaiʻi Island. During her youth, Kahaluʻu Bay’s coral reef flourished with bright tropical fish, sea turtles, and luminous underwater worlds—a rich landscape that had sustained

Conservation Art: A New Look for Who We’ve Always Been

A badger sleeps under the moon and stars, snuggled up in a field of lavender. Since our founding in 1995, our commitment to a healthier world has found expression in our beloved artwork. It’s been part of our identity ever since our founder, Bill, released the first Badger Balm and commissioned a local artist to

Towards zero waste: How we’re reducing plastic use (and more!)

How we're reducing plastic (and more!) From our earliest days as a company, our commitment to respecting the environment has served as a guiding light. It’s been written into our mission, it’s shaped the building we work in, and it’s even part of our bottom line!

Flipping the Switch: Badger Goes Solar!

Badger goes solar! In a little patch of New Hampshire woods, hundreds of trees are hard at work, soaking up sunlight and transforming it into energy. Now, they aren’t the only ones catching the rays. Here at Badger, we strive to imitate the

Solving the Problem of Plastic Packaging: An Imperfect Path to Lessening Waste

The topic of plastic packaging is a tough one. Especially when you sell products in plastic. Find out what steps we’re taking to change this!

Heal the World: An Earth Day Story

Do you ever feel like recycling isn’t enough? In the quest to reverse climate change, harm reduction alone is not enough – we must also focus on healing damage already done. Badger is leveraging the power of regenerative agriculture to tackle climate change from the ground up. Read on to learn more!

Reef Safe Sunscreens: Is Your Sunscreen Safe For Coral?

reef safe sunscreen badger The topic of reef-friendly or reef-safe sunscreens has been getting a lot of press lately. New science continues to emerge and coral-dependent communities, including Hawaii and Palau, are passing laws banning certain types of sunscreen chemicals. At Badger it’s important

Eco-Confessions of an Imperfect Environmentalist

eco-confessions with Jess Baum Feeling less-than-perfect while striving to live a sustainable life? You’re not alone. Badger Jess shares her eco-confessions – click to read!