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The life cycle of a t-shirt

In a video for TED-Ed, Angel Chang takes us through the life cycle of a typical t-shirt, from cotton to rags, with a focus on the embodied energy of the manufacture and use of a shirt. For instance, because of how it’s produced and shipped around the world, clothing production accounts for 10% of global carbon emissions. See also Planet Money’s T-shirt Project. Tags: Angel Chang fashion
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