Once again, product testing demonstrates that the risk of asbestos contamination in talc-based cosmetic products is simply too high to accept.
CoPIRG Foundation, the Rocky Mountain Farmers’ Union, and Colorado farmers released Deere in the Headlights, a report revealing how difficult it is for farmers to get the tools they need to fix their equipment.
We need to make it easier for clothing companies to reuse and recycle. Policy, data collection and nonprofits can help.
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We hear from the fashion industry expert and journalist on tech solutions to clothing overstock problems and how policy can drive industry change
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