Cows and chickens.
They’re both animals.
Cows are omnivores and are not only able to graze their crops, but also to provide food for their offspring.
They do this by consuming the earth.
But they are also capable of creating new, more nutritious and more sustainable fabrics.
We can use that to make fabrics that are both more resilient and more breathable, making the world a healthier, happier place.
Cattle also produce a lot of methane, which can be stored in the environment, and we want to reduce that.
That’s why we’re working on the technology to create fabrics with low-density organic cotton, which is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional polyester and cotton.
There are also some other materials that can be made from the grasses that have been used to make synthetic fabrics.
So, we’re also working on developing fabrics that use a different kind of grasses, which has been proven to be better at capturing carbon dioxide, and therefore can reduce the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere.
So we’re using those grasses to produce a kind of biogas plant, which makes a lot more energy than it takes to make traditional plastics.
That plant is called an organic waste.
So the next step is to get the carbon dioxide out of that plant and into the air, so we can start to build a clean energy economy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This is a story about how we’re transforming the way we produce, transport and use goods and materials.
The story will continue.