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Detox our future

We're challenging some of the world's most popular clothing brands to work with all of their suppliers to eliminate the release of toxic chemicals into our water.

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Greenpeace is campaigning to stop industry poisoning waterways around the world with hazardous, persistent and hormone-disrupting chemicals. Launched in July 2011, the Detox campaign has exposed links between textile manufacturing facilities causing toxic water pollution in China, and many of the world's top clothing brands.

Nike, AdidasPuma, H&MM&S, C&A and Li-Ning have committed to Detox, in response to the growing international campaign. Other top clothing companies still need to get a move on, to Detox their brands and help Detox our future.

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Join the Greenpeace flashmob for toxic-free fashion!

Feature story | November 22, 2012 at 8:50

Toxic-free fashion is the new trend, and we want YOU to lead the way!

The toxic tale behind your clothing

Blog entry by Yifang Li | November 21, 2012

What are you wearing today? Touch it. Go on. What does it feel like? Yes, you're touching a piece of clothing. You're touching a type of fabric. You're touching a fashion choice. And yet, there's more to it: You're also touching a...

Why is G-Star Raw not stepping up to DETOX?

Blog entry by Ilze Smit, Greenpeace Netherlands Toxic Campaigner | June 7, 2012

Over the past couple of days, Greenpeace activists and supporters in seven countries, from South Africa to Hong Kong, have been busy pasting huge ‘Detox posters’ on the windows of their local G-Star Raw stores.   The reason:...

Detox Campaign Hat Trick!

Feature story | August 31, 2011 at 13:02

Adidas is going toxic-free, the company has just announced!

Adidas Needs to Earn its Stripes

Feature story | August 23, 2011 at 11:12

It turns out that top brands aren't just releasing toxic chemicals into China's rivers, but dangerous chemicals are also being left in the clothes you buy and wear.

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