A Detox campaigner and her nightmarish tale

Photo | 2014-01-20

Miao Zhang, the senior toxic campaigner at Greenpeace East Asia, answers questions during a press conference, in Beijing, on toxic residues in kids wear. According to a new investigation released by Greenpeace East Asia and part of our Detox campaign, many hazardous chemicals were found in children's clothes and shoes made by major brands including Burberry, Adidas and Disney.

Tests carried out by Greenpeace on items sold by leading clothing brands revealed the presence of hazardous and potentially hormone disrupting chemicals in children's clothing.

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