Jeans, bras and underwear are every-day clothing items that we take for granted – but they are far from harmless. Greenpeace went behind the scenes to two major towns of jeans and bra manufacturing, and discovered widespread pollution.
Oscar winner Marion Cotillard joins the movement to protect paradise! Will you?
A semi-wild Sumatran Tiger (Panthera Tigris Sumatrae) is seen at the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation rescue centre, which is part of the South Bukit Barisan National Park.
Join the millions who believe in protecting the Arctic. We want to create a global sanctuary around the North Pole, and ban offshore drilling and destructive industry in the Arctic.
All photos are by award-winning celebrity photographer Andy...
We recently showed images of this industrial spill off the coast of the city of Shishi to the children of Beijing, and asked them what they saw, with incredibly cute responses. But when we take the same images to an older child living nearby...
Greenpeace activists stage a Detox 'Fashion Show' outside an Adidas store in Cubao, Quezon City, North of Manila, Philippines.
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. Burberry is one of the brands tested for the report.
Greenpeace demands that the luxury brand make a public commitment to eliminate all hazardous chemicals throughout its supply chain.
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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