These Algae-Covered Clothes Actually Suck Carbon From The Atmosphere

The fashion industry is accelerating climate change, generating between 4% and 10% of global climate emissions. But what if our clothes actively sucked carbon out of the air? At this year’s Paris Fashion Week, a collaboration between design studio Post Carbon Lab, clothing label EgonLab, and French car company DS Automobiles explores this idea. The organizations unveiled a collection of garments that sequester carbon from the atmosphere. It’s an experimental project, but it points to how the fashion industry can take advantage of the many material innovations that are already on the market. Read more at Fast Company.