NO FINNING (2 Comments)



Pangea Seed is pleased to announce our recent partnership with Ecojoia.  Ecojoia supports the merchandise needs of environmental and humanitarian non-profit organizations, with the goal of increasing their fund raising capabilities and simultaneously spreading cause awareness. Selling products made from environmentally conscious materials such as certified organic cotton and earth-friendly dyes and screen printing, wherever possible.

For the release of our first t-shirt, we’ve partnered together with Rob Stewart (Sharkwater) with artwork created by PangeaSeed supporting artist Dave Kinsey to help raise awareness of the global shark plight. Every shirt sold will directly benefit PangeaSeed and Rob Stewart to support our anti-shark finning campaigns.  Mens and Womens sizes/cuts available.

PangeaSeed is the first organization in Japan to raise public awareness regarding shark conservation and preservation. We rely on the generosity of our supporters.

Be on the look out for more great t-shirts designed by world-renowned artists such as skate/surf legend Jim Phillips and New Zealand wonderboys   Follow the link below to get your shirt today!  Summers never looked so good!

PangaSeed T-Shirts on Ecojoia Website
PangaSeed Profile on Ecojoia Website

Cheers and thanks for your support,


2 Responses to “NO FINNING”

    1. Eagle24 June 4th, 2010 at 1:12 am

      You came to my school today and I really liked your presentation and movie.

    1. Ms.Cahusac June 6th, 2010 at 9:12 pm

      Hi Rob,

      My name is Ms. Cahusac and my Grade 5 class was part of the captive audience on Friday’s Hong Kong premier of SHARKWATER at The Canadian International School of Hong Kong.

      We enjoyed your movie so much and it was awesome to see you in person. Our class is 5E and we call ourselves the 5E Eagles. We LOVE to blog and were thrilled to find that you also have a blog. On Friday afternoon, after your presentation, we wrote blogs posts about our reactions and feelings to your movie. Please stop by our classroom site and click on some of the Eagle Blogs on the right-hand side to read our posts. We’ve already received some comments about Sharks and Marine Conservation from people all over the world. We are happy to be helping to spread your important message 😉

      Also, on Saturday a few of the Eagles were out on a junk boat and saw you and your crew also on a junk boat. They came to school this morning with excited news about their celebrity sighting!

      All the best,

      Ms. Cahusac

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