Historically India has been a handloom wearing country. Handlooms were not so easily available and would take time and were relatively expensive. But with changing times we have started to see the change. More and more clothes are now produced and more thrown away every year. We buy clothes for no reason. We buy what we feel like, we buy because there is a sale and not necessarily because we need it. We have a wardrobe full of clothes but still feel we don't have enough to wear. The number of times we wear the same clothes has come down and the number of clothes we throw away has increased. But what does buying clothes have to do with Climate change you may ask. To talk about this host Rakesh Kamal talks to Dr. Monika Gera, who is the Founder of One for Blue, a sustainable clothing company.