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BEAVERTON – Sportswear giant Nike has partnered with biotechnology company Newlight Technologies with the view to adopting AirCarbon, a carbon-negative biomaterial produced from micro-organisms found in the ocean. 

Nike’s chief sustainability officer, Noel Kinder, said: “Materials account for 70 per cent of our total carbon footprint, and we’re accelerating efforts and exploring new opportunities in this space because, in the race against climate change, we can’t wait for solutions, we have to work together to create them.” 

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