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The new world of risk includes the physical and economic impact of climate change and the unknown path of future technology.
The most widely used fiber in the world, polyester accounts for roughly half of the fiber market overall and about 80 percent of all synthetic fibers.

Solar panels may harness the sun’s energy in the same way that plants do, but while some rural residents view them as another revenue-enhancing crop, others see them more as weed-like nuisances that threaten their pastoral way of life.

And we need innovation to tackle the climate emergency.
Commercial customers paying demand charges and time-of-use rates should seriously consider an investment in these assets.
Less than 1 percent of clothing material today is refashioned to produce new clothing. This is one potential solution.
Natural and renewable, it’s a popular choice for brands and consumers looking to make more sustainable fabric choices, but cotton comes with its fair share of social and environmental risks.
Whether they want to or not.
While we can’t predict the future, we can get imaginative and creative with what it could look like.
A radical transformation of our economic systems is now inevitable.