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Kids and Youth Tee Shirt - Global Warming - Blue

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GO VEGETARIAN / Save Us from Global Warming / Animal agriculture generates 40% more greenhouse gas than all cars, trucks and planes combined. / FOR OUR FUTURE!

Background:
Global warming is the rise in temperature of the earth's atmosphere. Greenhouse gases are made out of: water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, ozone, and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). They are all natural gases, but extra greenhouses gases can be made by humans from pollution. Extra greenhouse gases are produced through activities which release carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and ozone CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons). These activities include: burning coal and petrol, known as 'fossil fuels'; cutting down of rainforests and other forests; and animal waste which lets off methane.

It's said that by the time a baby born today is 80 years old, the world will be 6 and a half degrees warmer than it is now. There’s still time to change your kids’ lives. Educate yourself, gain knowledge, and make the necessary adjustments in your life to stop the effects of global warming. Do it for your kids’ sake.

GO VEGETARIAN, FOR OUR KID'S FUTURE!

Shirt Description:
Gildan 100% Cotton shirt. 5" X 5" Image digitally printed with water-based ink.

Children Sizes:
2T, 3T, and 4T

Youth Sizes:
Small, Medium and Large


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"That we have children coming into this world already polluted, at the same time we don't know what the effects of that pollution will be on their mental and physical development, is both bad policy and immorally wrong." - Louise Slaughter
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