PETERMANN GLACIER, GREENLAND, N 80° 45’ 01’’ W 60° 45’ 03’’ - COORDINATES COLLECTION
This location is special in many ways: beautiful sceneries, immense proportions, dynamic environment and research importance. The melting of the glacier has created stunning blue rivers on its surface, so unique that they seem out of this planet. However, this melting is also bringing some trouble to the glacier and to global sea level rise. Scientists estimate that if the Petermann glacier collapses completely, global sea levels would rise by about 30cm. This is enough to wipe out entire coastal cities.
This location combines the two pillars of the Arctic: beautiful environment and the threat from climate change. By wearing this design you join the generation of eco-conscious people driven to support the Arctic. Awareness, Research & Conservation are the main blocks of action that Arcticus supports with the help of major NGOs such as the WWF.
- Arctic White colour
- 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
- Soft feel and lightweight thanks to its high-quality cotton
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It’s my everyday go to t-shirt momentally. Super light and comfy material. Arrived quickly. Very happy with it :) thank you
Arcticus has a partnership with WDC to support the World's First Beluga Whale Sanctuary in Iceland.
Created with the mission to provide formerly captive beluga whales with a safe and natural home. Arcticus currently funds the food diet of the first two beluga whales in the sanctuary!
Our main focus is to support and protect the Arctic environment and its wildlife. We do so by donating to major NGOs such as the WWF and by raising awareness about the impact of climate change in the Arctic.
of profits from every purchase is donated to conservation programmes across the Arctic Circle.
Arcticus is in collaboration with Tree-Nation to increase our sustainability efforts. We now aim to become Carbon Neutral Certified by planting trees across the world.