Just days preceeding our momentous announcement that Nike has committed to champion a toxic-free future, we took to the Shanghai Pop Music Festival to spread the word about our Detox challenge. This gallery features local government officials and musicians, while others are simply young people who love music and Greenpeace.
The Zebra Music Festival took place in Shanghai from August 12-14 and had "water protection" as their theme. Greenpeace was invited to the event to talk about our current toxics work.
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View from Qiantangjiang Dam. Many villagers use this part of the river for fishing and have little choice but to bear the pollution. The pollution is caused by wastewater from the nearby textile industry in Hangzhou, China. Dongying Wei and...
Children from the village of Samcheok join their parents and other activists to rally in opposition to a planned nuclear power plant in their community, 192km from Seoul. Millions of Koreans who live within the 30 kilometer radius of nuclear...
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