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When you need to buy new clothes, look for ones made out of organic cotton, hemp or natural materials

Your clothing probably was made using both oil and gas, if you own any of the following: • rubber boots • running shoes • flip flops • something with Velcro™ • bracelets • yoga pants • shoe laces, or • stretchy jeans. A lot of oil goes into making synthetic clothing. For example, if your clothing contains any polyester, and a lot do, you are wearing a synthetic fabric made up of coal, air, water and petroleum. In order to ensure any new clothing you buy uses the least amount of oil and chemicals, look for natural products that are labelled “fair trade” or “organic.” Learn more about how your clothes can have an impact on climate change: The Truth About the Clothes We Wear Clothing

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When you need to buy new clothes, look for ones made out of organic cotton, hemp or natural materials

Your clothing probably was made using both oil and gas, if you own any of the following: • rubber boots • running shoes • flip flops • something with Velcro™ • bracelets • yoga pants • shoe laces, or • stretchy jeans. A lot of oil goes into making synthetic clothing. For example, if your clothing contains any polyester, and a lot do, you are wearing a synthetic fabric made up of coal, air, water and petroleum. In order to ensure any new clothing you buy uses the least amount of oil and chemicals, look for natural products that are labelled “fair trade” or “organic.” Learn more about how your clothes can have an impact on climate change: The Truth About the Clothes We Wear Clothing