Read the article here.
I really like how this is put together. Instead of just using general terminology, they picked a specific jacket and used examples that are more easily relatable. She mentions how finishing the fabric is generally the most impactful part of the process, because dyeing the fabric involves a lot of heat.
I'd say my favorite part was at the end when she talks about buying used gear. It's only a sustainable choice if you need it in the first place, and if it replaces the purchase of something new. If you already have two rain jackets, buying a third one, albeit used, isn't a sustainable choice.