As fibers like cotton and polyester became cheaper to procure, fast fashion stores began creating items that appeared fashionable at a fraction of the price. In doing so, they created a culture where people buy a lot more clothes and wear them for much longer periods of time, and that over-consumption has spurred countless environmental, economic, and humanitarian problems. Today, we touch on a few of those problems, and discuss where governments, companies, and individuals can make improvements. With special guest Dr. Jennifer Le Zotte: Assistant Professor of U.S. History and Material Culture at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
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