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How Chinese Cashmere Pollutes the Environment

Annals of Luxury: Cashmere, the most delicious of fabrics, has become cheaper in the United States because of Chinese production.

Chinese production takes place on goat farms. The goat hoofs tear up the grass.

According to the chronicler of modern China, Evan Osnos, the goat farms are getting bigger and they are creating dust clouds.

See a Steven Colbert interview with Osnos, from the old show.



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