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How Science Works - Music's Energy Footprint: Energy Footprint of T-shirts

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A look at how one business man cut down the carbon emissions created by his company, in this short video for GCSE science students.

Band merchandise, such as t-shirts and programs are commonly sold at concerts and gigs.

Business man Mariusz's company supplies blank t-shirts, ready for printing to the music industry.

Mariusz explains how the manufacturing and production of a single t-shirt, results in up to 10kg of Co2 emissions.

Mariusz describes how he and his team, have managed to reduce Co2 emissions by 90 per cent, by converting their production line from fossil fuel to wind power.

 

Part of the series: Weather and Climate

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