Its difficult to say. Thread count is not a straightforward measurement. It is, of course, the number of threads per unit of area. However, this is affected by the thickness of the individual threads, so higher thread count could mean different amounts of material depending on the thickness of the threads. Given all of that, it can reasonably be said that using more material (usually associated with higher thread count, but not necessarily) is worse for the environment because it requires a greater depletion of limited resources.
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