Finally! Your Greenpeace t-shirts have arrived

 

As a valued supporter we’d like you to be amongst the first to hear about an exciting new initiative.

In the last annual survey we asked our supporters how they would like to get more involved with our campaigns and an overwhelming number of you asked for Greenpeace merchandise.

 

Buy now and help spread the word

 

So we teamed up with Teemill, an award winning print-on-demand factory, to launch a new range of 100% organic certified Greenpeace clothing (proceeds go to Greenepace UK [1]). You can now help ’spread the word‘ and support our campaigns in a new way, like William and his lovely family who sent us the brilliant photo above in their new Greenpeace t-shirts!

With environmental threats picking up pace, it’s even more important for our voices to be heard and to show we are united in our mission.

Right now, Greenpeace scientists and campaigners are sailing around Scotland’s coastline, investigating the impact of ocean plastic pollution on some of the UK’s most beautiful landscapes and iconic wildlife.

This t-shirt worn by campaigner Tisha Brown (below) is also available for supporters to buy and help spread our message. Click www.greenpeace.org.uk/shop to get yours now.

And as an additional bonus, our supporters get FREE UK DELIVERY for a limited period only. Simply enter this coupon code ‚greenpeaceuk‚ in your shopping cart.

 

 Buy now and get free delivery

 

But what about the environmental impact of clothing production?

The environmental impact of the fashion industry is huge. It’s vital it changes. Thankfully, we’re working with the pioneers behind Rapanui Ltd and their organic certified print-on-demand factory Teemill. These guys aren’t working towards sustainability; their business is built on it.

Racking up multiple awards for their environmental credentials and transparent supply chain, Rapanui has been leading the way forward for the fashion industry. Their print-on-demand service Teemill has pushed the boundaries of sustainable fashion even further. Yes, we could all stop buying clothes altogether but we don’t see that as a practical answer.

We know progressive companies are part of the solution, which is why we are pleased to be working with Teemill, which embraces renewable energy, reduces the environmental impact of the fashion industry, and operates on closed-loop manufacturing to minimise waste.

For us, Teemill’s print-on-demand offering is crucial. Products are printed seconds after they’ve been ordered, so we will never have surplus stock and there is very limited waste.

Garments are made from organic cotton, a low impact material, and are manufactured at an award-winning 100% wind-powered factory in India. They are then shipped to the UK and printed on demand at Teemill’s factory on the Isle of Wight. Here, the printing process has been certified by The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and inks are certified by OEKO-TEX meaning they are free from harmful chemicals.

What’s more, Teemill’s supply-chain traceability maps mean we can empower people to unlock the power of change when they buy stuff. These interactive maps allow you to trace the journey of your t-shirt from seed to shop and see exactly what you are buying.

At the end of your t-shirt’s life, Teemill will give you an incentive to send it back for reuse, recycling or remanufacturing. This commitment towards a more circular economy is good for people and planet.

Join us in wearing Greenpeace with pride.

Thanks

Carolyn Hoskin
Supporter Care Manager

[1] Proceeds go to Greenpeace UK. For example, for every £19 white organic cotton t-shirt you buy, Greenpeace UK will receive £4.50.

 


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