Greenpeace Hong Kong activists hit Adidas stores to call the company out on their lack of commitment to eliminating toxic chemicals from their supply chain. Our latest research reveals that there is a good chance that the clothes you are wearing may contain nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs), chemicals which can break down in water to form nonylphenol (NP) -- a toxic, persistent and hormone-disrupting chemical. 52 out of 78 garments from 14 global clothing brands tested positive for NPEs, including four Adidas articles.
(Continue reading: Adidas needs to earn its stripes by championing a toxic-free future)
We hand out a yellow card cautioning Adidas to "play clean" in the race to detox China's rivers.
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A beautiful moment as Peter Willcox’s wife Maggy arrives in St Petersburg, Russia. But he should be the one arriving, and she should be the one welcoming him as he finally comes home. The 'Arctic 30' (twenty-eight Greenpeace International...
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Greenpeace International activist, Ana Paula Alminhana Maciel (from Brazil) at Pulkova 2 International Airport in St. Petersburg, is reunited with her mother Rosaela Maciel and niece Alessandra Maciel Henriques. Ana Paula was released on bail...
On Saturday 16th November 2013, at events at 265 cities in 43 countries, including Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, thousands of people took part in a day of solidarity to mark two months since the Arctic 30 were detained following a...
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