Washed posters expose fashion industry's dirty secret

Video | 2012-03-22

To mark World Water Day, Greenpeace activists, volunteers and the general public paste and wash posters in cities around the world. The action was part of the ongoing "Detox" campaign calling on the fashion industry to eliminate hazardous chemicals from their supply chains.

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