Garments capturing CO2 from the air and releasing it as nutrition for plants – The Carbon Looper is now live at Fotografiska Stockholm

The Planet First program initiated by the H&M Foundation and world-renowned The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA) has recently resulted in an innovation that could potentially be a game-changer when it comes to fighting global CO2 emissions. The Carbon Looper project – clothing that captures CO2 from the air and then releases it as nutrition for plants – is now being tested by the restaurant staff at Fotografiska Stockholm. Finding ways to lower carbon dioxid…

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Garments capturing CO2 from the air and releasing it as nutrition for plants – The Carbon Looper is now live at Fotografiska Stockholm