What if we could redesign the fashion industry so that it would regenerate our environment and empower people? That's what those who advocate for a circular economy have in mind. The fashion industry currently produces over 1.3 billion tons of greenhouse gases, uses 108 million tons of non-renewable resources, and ...
By Anna Brones Visualize a sea of plastic. You might picture waves of plastic bags, but you should add to that visual a rolling sea of tiny fibers called microplastics that shed from our clothes, including our yoga pants, polar fleece pullovers and nylon windbreakers. That’s exactly where we’re headed, a ...
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