Represent The Climate Mobilization with our new upcycled T-shirts!

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In times of crisis, it's nice to savor a bit of fun news when you can. Which is why we're happy to introduce our new & improved t-shirts! Featuring The Climate Mobilization's logo in the same style as our old shirts, the new ones display the "Iwo Jima" windmill silhouette on the back, so people can see on both sides that you're down to protect civilization as part of the climate resistance. 

Click here to buy your shirt now! 
$20, including shipping, with this code: TCMT20.

Our new merchandise partner, One Celsius, which manages the production, printing, and shipping of our t-shirts and is donating proceeds from each sale back to us, produces carbon-neutral apparel & accessories made in the USA. By using 100% recycled materials for their products, they save huge amounts of resources on production (the average cotton t-shirt takes roughly 400 gallons of water to produce!) as well as diverting waste from our landfills and oceans. They also support carbon reduction projects worldwide through the purchase of Gold Standard carbon offsets.

Chapter leaders and all mobilizers who want to buy multiple shirts, email us to take advantage of bulk order pricing!

Mobilizer: Order 3 or more for $18 apiece.

Victory Garden: Order 5 or more for $17 apiece.

Rosie Status: Order 7 or more for $16 apiece!

Emergency Mode: Order 9 or more for $14 apiece! (really, what else is worth wearing? 😄) 

Email bulk-orders@theclimatemobilization.org to place your bulk order. 

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Post by Robin Silver

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  • commented 2017-03-15 15:22:40 -0400
    Interesting thought GEOFFREY KIDD. To keep it simple and cost down we’ll probably keep to one design, but would love to see your sign if you want to post! (you can share a link to it here, or make a post in our forum.climatemobilization.org
  • commented 2017-03-11 10:24:47 -0500
    How about a light colored shirt with a black silhouette? I made a sign of that design and for some reason the figures in the silhouette seems much more discernible than in the white-on-black design on this page.
  • commented 2017-03-11 10:24:18 -0500
    How about a light colored shirt with a black silhouette? I made a sign of that design and the figures in the silhouette seems much more discernible than in the white-on-black design on this page.