We all love cute animal photos—and National Geographic magazine supplies us with them regularly. What we forget: Many of the animals shown and the variety of wild animals are threatened with extinction due to climate change. For Earth Day 2021, Armani Exchange has partnered with National Geographic for the second time to raise awareness of this very issue. How do they do that? Through a collection of t-shirts and sweatshirts featuring wildlife photos on the front. Every single sale from the collection helps the NGO “National Geographic Society” to protect another animal life. From 55 euros via armaniexchange.com


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Bruna is a young jewelry label from Austria that works with recycled gold and sterling silver, but also with sustainably sourced pearls and gemstones – and uses them to create beautiful, timeless jewelry. Just in time for Earth Day 2021, the label was certified as climate-neutral by the non-profit organization “Climate Neutral”. This means that the label first measured and reduced its greenhouse gas emissions and offset the unavoidable CO₂ emissions with climate protection projects. The jewelery label is also part of the “1% For The Planet” network and allows one percent of its income to benefit the environment every year. From 40 euros via brunathelabel.com

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