Editor’s Notes: In celebration of Earth Day (April 22), Everlane and The New York Times have teamed up on a small capsule of apparel to raise awareness on climate change journalism, as continued studies showcase the effects it has worldwide. Additionally, the initiative helps us weigh our choices on how we can reduce our carbon footprint.
At Everlane, we believe that to make good decisions, you need to start with the facts. And no one is better at bringing the truth to light than the journalists at The New York Times. So this Earth Month, we’re working with them to shed light on the most important story of our time: climate change. Head to the link in our bio to learn more about what’s happening on our planet and how you can help.
Encompassing T-shirts and crewneck sweaters rendered in colors of white, grey and teal, the silhouettes are detailed with messages on the back, which brings the truth to light on climate change, while also inspiring future generations.
It’s also worth noting that for each piece sold, nine public school students will receive access to The New York Times through its subscription sponsorship program. Learn more here and in the post below.
Meet @azaalien. After reading about @gretathunberg and other youth climate change activists, Azalea decided to organize her own climate strike in NYC. With a team of dedicated and passionate kids at her school, The Bronx High School of Science, they have been able to generate and fuel conversations about climate change in their immediate community. In the words of Azalea, “The strike was just the beginning. It is my generation who will change the current of history to create a more equitable and environmentally conscious future for everyone.” Here she’s wearing the Everlane x The New York Times Cotton Crew in white. Each product sold from our Climate Collection will give students access to reporting on climate change—because the planet belongs to the next generation. 📷: @jermcohen
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