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message 1: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
I know that organic cotton and stuff like that is good. Any other kinds of things?


message 2: by Dibily Do (new)

Dibily Do ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lets see...............


message 3: by Violet (new)

Violet (violetspring) I can't think of anything else. Natural cloth, I guess.


message 4: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
lol
Ya, I guess that's the best bet!


message 5: by [deleted user] (new)

lol... wool? i dunno...


message 6: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
I guess!
lol
If it doesn't have chemicals in it



message 7: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
I think anything's good and "Organic" if it isn't used with chemicals


message 8: by [deleted user] (new)

yeah, me 2


message 9: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) eco clothing?r u guys serious!!HOW IS THIS A TOPIC???


message 10: by Dibily Do (new)

Dibily Do I dont know


message 11: by [deleted user] (new)

it's a topic because we chose to discuss it


message 12: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) w/e


message 13: by Violet (new)

Violet (violetspring) Because some people want to talk about it. It doesn't mean that you have to listen or post.


message 14: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) true


message 15: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
Ya, sorry. I know it's a weird topic. I just sort of saw it somewhere on one of my t-shirt labels and I was like..."oh hey" topic maybe....


message 16: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) oh


message 17: by [deleted user] (new)

Kaitie♥ wrote: "Ya, sorry. I know it's a weird topic. I just sort of saw it somewhere on one of my t-shirt labels and I was like..."oh hey" topic maybe...."

lol


message 18: by Dibily Do (new)

Dibily Do lol


message 19: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) lol back at ya


message 20: by Dibily Do (new)

Dibily Do lol


message 21: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) lol


message 22: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
You guys are so silly :)


message 23: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) lol


message 24: by Katie (new)

Katie instead of making government jobs, we should invest in green-collar ones. green-collar jobs help the environment and we could produce more cotton, for better living.


message 25: by Violet (new)

Violet (violetspring) Did you know that cotton is bad for the soil? Grow too much of it, you wear out the soil.


message 26: by Katie (new)

Katie Yes, it's has flaws...but think of all the benefits, plastic (which is a big pollutant) will be reduced and the environment from the trash, will be healed. Cotton can only grow in the south, and much of our food that is grown in the south can be grown in other parts of the U.S. We can figure out how to improve the growings of the cotton, to make this world cleaner and healthier.


message 27: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) yeah it does have flaws.


message 28: by Violet (new)

Violet (violetspring) You have to change out the crops everyone once and a while to keep the soil good.


message 29: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) yeah my teacher talked about that


message 30: by Violet (last edited Mar 15, 2009 12:55PM) (new)

Violet (violetspring) That's part of the reason Indian's lost their land in the South. They didn't know about changing crops.


message 31: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) yeah


message 32: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
In washington, or at least our city, we can now recycle plastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


message 33: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) cool


message 34: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
Also, they made people pay more for trash then yard and food waste, and recycling it totally free!


message 35: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) cool


message 36: by Violet (new)

Violet (violetspring) That's one way to get money for the state. Plus people ususally do something because it's free so yah, nice idea.


message 37: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) yeah


message 38: by Kaitie♥ (new)

Kaitie♥ (HoodiesGirl) | 1516 comments Mod
Yaaaaa
In another way, they're encouraging people to do a LOT more recyling since it's free and garbage is wayyyyyyyyy more than food/yard waste! The same size garbage bin is 14 something dollars a month while yard waste for the same size is 4!


message 39: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) yeah


message 40: by [deleted user] (new)

eco clothing is an interesting topic. i haven't been on this group much. but it's mainly cause i don't go on goodreads much anymore. i don't even know why, weird. but, yea, don't they have like tops made from recycled plastic bottles. i think that's cool, although i don't have one of them, i've always wanted one.


message 41: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) Oh. Cool.


message 42: by Abby (new)

Abby | 9 comments the wwf has like recycled stuff made into shirts and stuff. i have like 2 shirts from them.


message 43: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) I am guessing very bored.


message 44: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) Absterz wrote: "the wwf has like recycled stuff made into shirts and stuff. i have like 2 shirts from them."

I really want a shirt but I can't find any anywhere!!


message 45: by [deleted user] (new)

i don't think you'd have to be bored to make this topic. i mean, this is an eco-friendly group and this topic is about something eco-friendly. i find this to be an interesting topic, i like it except that not many people are commenting on this.

are there jeans made by recycled material? if not, that would be cool, cool either way actually. but, uh....yea


message 46: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) yea.


message 47: by David (new)

David (unsungxero) I don't really buy into many supposed "organic" or "eco-friendly" brands most of the time. I just shop for clothes from second hand thrift shops, usually.


message 48: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) Wow.Most of my clothes are from Justice/Limited Too,Hot Topic,and Macy's.


message 49: by David (new)

David (unsungxero) I can't even stand going near a Wal-Mart, much less any stores like that. I guess I'm a little odd like that.


message 50: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Parker (sarahlizaparker) Wow.


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