What is even more shocking is that by 2030, the impact of old clothes on climate warming will increase to 49%, and climate warming will make more and more polar bears homeless and even extinct. What can we do for polar bears in symbiosis on this blue planet?
A 2008 study conducted by the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) at the University of Copenhagen in Sweden concluded that every kilogram of old clothing recycled can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 3.6 kilograms. This also means that for every additional piece of old clothing recycled, we can slow down some more of the rate of global warming, and we have more hope of preserving a glacier for polar bears.
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