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VIDEO: Lily Cole Travels to India for Climate Week Awareness

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According to many estimates, the worldwide production of one crop, cotton, uses 25% of the world's total insecticides and 10% of the world's pesticides—all chemicals that have residual effects on the environment.

Check out this video, above, where model Lily Cole travels to India with the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF). The model traces the sourcing and production of EJF's Climate Week T-shirt, designed by London duo Eley Kishimoto—from its organic cultivation to its production in factories built of recycled materials.
· Environmental Justice Foundation [Official Site]