Interesting article in the Christian Science Monitor on how to determine which is the most ecological clothing. Surprise: organic may not be the winner. Of course, as the article points out, the greenest of all is the shirt you leave hanging in the store. Next: used clothing, then clothing made of recycled fabric, then maybe organic. But what about those toxic dyes on your t-shirt? And where was that organic cotton grown? The latest craze--bamboo--grows faster than weeds but it takes a lot of processing to become silky fabric.
There will be an followup article in the CSM on the environmental costs of keeping your clothes clean.
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