I recently wrote about Levi’s Skinny Jeans made of organic denim. I also wrote about the importance of buying used clothing from thrift stores. I didn’t think these two topics would collide: Levi’s and Goodwill are joining forces with new tags encouraging consumers to donate her jeans to charity. And they are using the environmental angle, “A care tag for our planet”, to reduce the number of clothes that end up in landfills every year. While this is fine and well…is it enough? Do people even READ the care tags on their jeans? Most people I know already donate their old clothes to charity, so would this even make much of a difference? Let us know what you think.