Katherine Hamnett has created a limited edition t-shirt to help support and bring awareness to climate week.
Britain's biggest climate change campaign, which takes place this week, hopes to inspire a new wave of action on climate change.
British fashion legend, Katherine, created the tee which is available exclusively at selected H&M stores nationwide now. Profits are going to the Environmental Justice Foundation.
Culminating in a week of activities and events, Climate Week showcases the practical solutions to climate change being developed in every sector of society. By highlighting real examples, the campaign inspires thousands more, renewing our ambition to create a more sustainable, low-carbon future.
The UK’s first Climate Week in March 2011 saw nearly half a million people participating in over 3,200 events in Britain’s biggest ever environmental occasion. Events were run by schools, businesses, charities, government, local councils, trade unions, community groups and others.
Justin Young and Arni Arnason from The Vaccines and Moloko singer-songwriter Roisin Murphy are among the celebrities backing the campaign by modelling the low-carbon t-shirt.
Katherine says: "Save the future. There's been too much hot air, let's do something now."
100 per cent certified organic cotton, more ethically produced using renewable energy, the t-shirt carries the Carbon Reduction Label certified by the Carbon Trust.
Catarina Midby, head of fahsion and sustainability communication at H&M, says: "We're delighted to partner with Katharine Hamnett again for this important campaign. This iconic t-shirt represents how fashion can be part of the solution to combating climate change.
"Customers can fo their bit to reduce the carbon footprint of the t-shirt even further by washing it at a low temperature and hanging it up to dry."
The t-shirt is retailing at £9.99 with 25 per cent of sales going to the EJF's climate refugees campaign.