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The Carbon Footprint of Clothing

James Lucas

Posted on January 16 2015

The Carbon Footprint of Clothing
The carbon footprint of our clothes is larger than you think! What we wear has an embodied footprint from the energy that went into creating its raw materials, assembly, manufacture, final finishing,and transportation. Learn the relative footprint of common fabrics and the relative volume of atmosphere your outfit occupies!
The carbon footprint of our clothes is larger than you think! What we wear has an embodied footprint from the energy that went into creating its raw materials, assembly, manufacture, final finishing,and transportation. Learn the relative footprint of common fabrics and the relative volume of atmosphere your outfit occupies! - See more at: http://visual.ly/carbon-footprint-clothing?utm_campaign=website&utm_source=sendgrid.com&utm_medium=email#sthash.B3TVWJUf.dpuf

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