Nike and Newlight explore the use of carbon negative material


Nike and California-based Newlight Technologies have announced a partnership to utilize AirCarbon, an energy-storing material, as part of Nike’s plans to accelerate carbon emissions reductions within its supply chain and manufacturing. According to Nike’s most recent press release, materials account for 70 percent of the brand’s carbon footprint.

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