November 03, 2014
One Green Planet: What’s the Deal With Dissolvable Paper Pulp and Why is it in Your Clothing?
"Chances are when you pick up a shirt in a department store, the first thought you have isn’t: “Did this shirt contribute to deforestation?” You might be conscious of the material and prefer to buy organic cotton textiles … but, we’re guessing you never knew that some of the items hanging in your closet were made from trees. Or that the process used to turn those trees into textiles is responsible for the loss of 70 million trees every year and spews noxious chemicals like sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere. You might start to think differently about your favorite top!"
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