What's truly sustainable in today's eco-sensitive consumer world?

By Jamie Brown
Updated May 23 2019 - 6:00pm, first published 5:30pm
Wool, like this super fine fleece from Tarrangower, east of Armidale, is made with sun, soil, water and sheep but apparently it is worse for the environment than oil-based polypropylene.
Wool, like this super fine fleece from Tarrangower, east of Armidale, is made with sun, soil, water and sheep but apparently it is worse for the environment than oil-based polypropylene.

Your woollen cardigan is apparently more harmful to earth's life systems than the bright green pile jacket made from fossil fuel, according to the so-called science behind trendy eco-labelling.

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