Silk Cut Carbon Footprint
The positive CO2 balance of this silk fabric cutting:
Carbon Footprint¹: 23 g
Carbon footprint from silkworm cocoon production up to arrival to your hands.
Carbon Mitigation²: 735 g
A diminished carbon footprint thanks to the mulberry plants that support silk production.
Mulberry Trees³: 1/10 of the plant
This is the necessary number of mulberry trees needed to the production of this item. Silkworm feed only on fresh mulberry leaves, cultivated without pesticides.
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