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Lululemon, LanzaTech are reshaping carbon waste into fabric

Deonna Anderson of GreenBiz writes on Lululemon and LanzaTech’s sustainability collaboration.

The C3 Take
  • LanzaTech will capture carbon from industrial sources which Lululemon will then use to create polyester and other materials.
  • Lululemon aims to make 100% of its products with sustainable materials by 2030.
  • The innovation of the private sector is creating a healthier planet.

“LanzaTech, a carbon recycling tech company, views addressing those industrial emissions as an opportunity. It uses CO2 as a feedstock to create products. And in its latest announced partnership with athletic apparel company Lululemon, it’s creating yarn and fabric using recycled carbon emissions.”

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