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Something shifts in the air when December arrives and holiday decorations frenzy is embraced by millions around the world. Heavily-weighted branches, blinking lights and tons of tinsel are favorites. Sadly, this seasonal bling carries a massive environmental price. The season’s packaging, transport and waste has a large impact. Here’s 6 eco-friendly ways to decorate for Christmas.
You surely know by now that the textile making process is energy and resource intense and demanding. A good portion of the textiles are ending up in landfills because majority of people still discard their garments. As a consequence this is becoming a key source of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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