Lily Cole, Gillian Anderson, Emilia Fox Struts Low Carbon Tees

Organic, ethically made, and manufactured by
wind and solar power, the low carbon t-shirts will be available for men and
women exclusively from Tesco,
Climate Week’s headline partner.


Gillian Anderson for


Eley Kishimoto said: "Our t-shirt design incorporates the ‘tree of life’, a concept that exists in many cultures across the world. In itself, this represents nature and reminds us to look towards a positive future. We worked with a play on an age-old patchwork motif, symbolising the care and attention that our planet needs and translating the idea that all life on earth is connected, and we should work together to tender our environment."



Shoppers can do their bit to reduce the carbon footprint of the t-shirts even further, by washing it at a low temperature and hanging it up to dry.


Climate Week t-shirts will be available exclusively at Tesco stores and online at in time for Climate Week.


Climate Week, 21-27 March 2011

Climate Week is the new national occasion backed by the Prime Minister and Sir
Paul McCartney to inspire millions across the UK to combat climate change.
Climate Week is also backed by Al Gore, Kofi Annan, Vivienne Westwood, Lily
Cole, and Jarvis Cocker.

You can also try to win one here



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