#Consciousness
#Consciousness
The endangered colors collection
How to say goodbye to our nature icons

The Consciousness campaign asks a painful question to society and invites to share

the real situation behind each climate crisis. We still have time to heal the damage we have

caused to our planet; and that’s why we’ve created a limited collection to help put

action behind four nature icons: our glaciers, corals, savannas and beaches.

The Consciousness campaign asks a painful

question to society and invites to share the

real situation behind each climate crisis.

We still have time to heal the damage we

have caused to our planet; and that’s why

we’ve created a limited collection to help

put action behind four nature icons: our

glaciers, corals, savannas, and beaches.

For each purchase, 10% will be donated to our

partner NGO related to that climate issue - global

heroes that inspire and fight for our world every day.

For each purchase, 10% will be donated

to our partner NGO related to that climate

issue - global heroes that inspire and

fight for our world every day.
Beach Sand

In 20 years, there could be

more plastic in our oceans than fish.

Plastic pollution injures more than

100.000 marine animals every year.

It takes around 450 years for one

plastic bottle to decompose.
Year 2004
Now
Year 2004
Now
Living Coral

We will have lost 60% of our

coral reefs by 2030.

Coral reefs are essential to humans, as they

protect the shorelines and are a source of

nutrients and habitat for thousands

of marine species.
Glacier Aquamarine

Glaciers contain 75% of the

World's freshwater.

The effects of melting ice glaciers are

biodiversity loss, the rising of the sea level

and the deficiency of freshwater,

among others.
Year 2004
Now
Year 2004
Now
Savanna Sun

The Earth’s area affected by desertification

is approx 11 times India’s size.

The Savannas act as a carbon sink,

absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere and

helping to maintain the balance

of global temperatures.
Beach Sand

In 20 years, there could be more

plastic in our oceans than fish.

Plastic pollution injures more than 100.000

marine animals every year. It takes around 450

years for one plastic bottle to descompose.
Year 2004
Now
Living Coral

We will have lost 60% of our

coral reefs by 2030.

Coral reefs are essential to humans, as

they protect the shorelines and are a

source of nutrients and habitat for

thousands of marine species.
Year 2004
Now
Glacier Aquamarine

Glaciers contain 75% of the

World's freshwater.

The effects of melting ice glaciers are

biodiversity loss, the rising of the sea level

and the deficiency of freshwater,

among others.
Year 2004
Now
Savanna Sun

The Earth’s area affected by

desertification is approx

11 times India’s size.

The Savannas act as a carbon sink,

absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere and

helping to maintain the balance of

global temperatures.
Year 2004
Now