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  • Eco-minded Britons opt to donate unwanted clothes
  • Eco-minded Britons opt to donate unwanted clothes
    Skylar Michael (2019) ©
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Eco-minded Britons opt to donate unwanted clothes

With ample time to weed out things that don’t spark joy, Britons have put aside millions of items of clothing during lockdown that they no longer want. But despite charity shop closures, more are choosing to donate rather than dispose, signalling the enduring importance of sustainability.

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