Please forward this error screen to bluechip2. Dig through your closet at big Pig on a Dig PDF and you’ll likely find at least one basic cotton t-shirt.
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The t-shirt is a wardrobe staple that transcends the fashion boundaries of age, class, and gender, but its life cycle is a little more complicated than its simple style lets on. In their new video, TED-Ed traces the major footprint the shirt industry leaves on the planet. Your t-shirt came a long way before ending up on the shelf at your neighborhood clothing store. After the cotton is grown on a farm in one part of the world, a process that requires large amounts of water and pesticides, it needs to be treated, woven, and dyed at a facility, sometimes in a totally separate country.
After buyers take their t-shirts home with them, the impact doesn’t stop there. That shirt will need to be washed many times over the course of its life cycle, eating up water and energy along the way. Fortunately, there are some easy choices shoppers can make to be gentle on the environment. For more ways to make your daily life a little greener, check out these eco-friendly suggestions. Greta Thunberg hasn’t graduated high school yet, but she’s already a nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize. As TIME reports, the Swedish activist is being considered for the honor in recognition of her work in the fight against climate change. The 16-year-old first made news in August 2018, when she led a school strike for climate action outside the Swedish Parliament.