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Tree pulp and ocean plastic: how shoemakers are reducing their environmental footprint 

One Silicon Valley start-up is making shoes from eucalyptus tree pulp. Image: Rafael Mota/Unsplash

Briony Harris

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Consumers often don’t think about the green credentials of a pair of shoes. Image: Allbirds
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