Detox Mannequins in Berlin

Photo | 1 August, 2011

Mannequins bearing the "Detox" message appear in front of iconic monuments in Berlin to raise awareness for the urgent need for action from a number of major international clothing brands, including Nike and Adidas, who were found to have links with suppliers discharging hazardous chemicals into rivers in China. Greenpeace is calling on companies to champion a toxic-free future by working with their suppliers to eliminate all uses and releases of hazardous chemicals from their production processes and products. 07/23/2011


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