Why Denim Jeans are a Bad Climate Change Investment

They are ubiquitous and convenient. Everybody wears them, and they fit everybody.

Marilyn Monroe in blue jeans. Did celebrities make jeans fashionable? Fair use

Blue denim jeans arrived as a hardwearing solution to men working in mines and construction. They were constructed to withstand damage in the workplace, and workers loved them, so workers would buy a pair, and they would last a decade. It was…

The money and the power — more deadly by the hour!

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Tessa Schlesinger

Tessa Schlesinger

Global citizen Author Thinker Polymath Atheist Progressive Climate change. Loves photography, beauty, dancing & thinks benevolence is a survival mechanism.

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