The Monster in Our Closet

Not to mention the microfibers that go down the drain when we wash all that fleece.

Plastics are essential to building durable, high-performance clothing. But they’re also accelerating the environmental crisis, from the fossil fuels used to make materials like polyester to the plastic pollution that piles up once that clothing has been tossed. Through the eyes of a lawyer, a climate reporter, and a Patagonia designer, The Monster In Our Closet uncovers the dangerous threads that connect the clothing industry to the oil and gas industry and what we can all do on the individual, business, and government levels to create the change that our planet needs.

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  1. This is great. But, hunting produces more conservation dollars than anything else, period. Patagonia had given money to anti hunting organizations. Therefore, by definition Patagonia is anti conservation. End of discussion.

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