Donating your used clothes to a local thrift or charity shop sounds like a good idea, right? It contributes to the circular economy, which fits into the ESG perspective of reducing carbon emissions, preventing waste ending up in landfill, material and energy consumption through excess and irresponsible production. It allows others to buy your clothes at a very reasonable price, and it declutters your house. This feels like an all-around good thing to do, right? Let’s take a deeper look.