Looking back, I underestimated the risks. The planet and the atmosphere seem to be absorbing less carbon than we expected, and emissions are rising pretty strongly. Some of the effects are coming through more quickly than we thought then.
Read this exposé from Greenpeace about how fast fashion can affect the environment. Full of statistics and figures right at your fingertips to narrow down your favorite stores
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Here’s one statistic we like.
Why is this, you ask? Well according to CME (one of the world’s largest derivatives exchanges and owner of the Dow Jones Index), increased feed costs are partially to blame, which raise the price of animal products, and revealingly, they also note:
“Add in the efforts of a large number of non-governmental agencies that oppose meat consumption for reasons ranging from the environment to animal rights to social justice and one could conclude that it was amazing that consumption held up as long as it did.”
We love it and we hope that this trend continues!
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