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World Changing Transformation - The Formary Documentary

World Changing Transformation - The Formary Documentary

Focus Forward films highlight exceptional people and world-changing ideas that are impacting the course of human development, changing our lives for the better. German documentary maker Sarah Grohnert selected New Zealand company The Formary who are leading the way in transforming industrial and agricultural waste fibres into a range of new fabrics. And the key to that? Wool, of course.

This 3 minute film portraits The Formary's collaboration with Starbucks through to their most recent conversations with the Chinese government and casts a visionary eye over a pressing issue of our time, the best use of precious arable land. You can view it here:


For more information on The Formary please visit our media site: http://www.theformary.com/media.html

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