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CafePress unveils carbon-neutral t-shirt in partnership with Carbonfund
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Apr '09
CafePress, the leader of user-generated commerce, and Carbonfund.org, the nation's leading nonprofit carbon offset and climate solutions organization, unveil a special edition carbon-neutral T-shirt in honor of Earth Day. Through this collaboration, CafePress helps spread Carbonfund.org's message to reduce carbon emissions in an earth-friendly, wearable way while giving back to the organization to further its climate efforts.

Certified CarbonFree by Carbonfund.org's Product Certification Program, the high-quality, pre-shrunk AnvilRecycled T-shirt features 69 percent pre-consumer recycled cotton. To meet Carbonfund.org's rigorous CarbonFree certification standards, manufacturers have a life-cycle assessment of their product performed and agree to make the product carbon neutral through reductions and carbon offsets. The AnvilRecycled T-shirt bears the eco-conscious message, “Small Feet Are Sexy. Ask me about reducing your carbon footprint.”

“CafePress partnered with Carbonfund.org to celebrate Earth Day, underscoring our commitment for supporting eco-conscious products,” said CafePress Vice President of Marketing Amy Maniatis. “We're excited to provide our community with access to a T-shirt they can feel good about wearing while supporting environmental causes.”

“Carbonfund.org is committed to making it easy and affordable for people to be aware of and reduce their climate impact,” said Eric Carlson, president of Carbonfund.org. “Tapping into CafePress' expansive and passionate user community helps us spread this message and empower individuals to reduce their climate impact by supporting high-quality carbon reduction projects globally.”

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