How A 24-Year-Old CEO Makes Sustainable Tees from Milk

After visiting his uncle’s dairy farm in China, Robert Luo sought to find a solution to the spoiled milk wasted in his uncle’s farm. This led to Mi Terro, where Luo turned spoiled milk into fibers for clothing and hopes to create more sustainable applications for food waste technology.

We also hear from another young climate enthusiast, Greta Hardy-Mittell, about how she has been rethinking takeout containers on her college campus in a time when COVID has students taking food to go more often then ever.

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