Rapanui launches eco-friendly t-shirt to raise funds for EJF Save the Bees campaign

By Gillian West | Social media manager

July 23, 2013 | 1 min read

Eco-label brand Rapanui has come out in support of the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) Save the Bees campaign, creating a design made using an exemplary low carbon supply chain.

The campaign follows a decline in the world’s bee population and sees the EJF team up with Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) to demand an end to harmful pesticides which evidence points towards having a role in the decline.

A host of celebrity supporters, including chef Ainsley Harriott and Jason Flemyng, have been seen sporting the Rapanui designs, which are ethically-made and manufactured by renewable green energy.

All sales of the Rapanui t-shirts will go towards the Save the Bees initiative.


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