Adidas, Nike, and Puma: Greenpeace got ‘em all!

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First Puma, then Nike, and now Adidas. The three top sports giants have promised to eliminate all toxic pollution throughout their supply chain and product lifetime. This landmark win is a direct result of our Detox campaign and your amazing support.
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First Puma, then Nike, and now Adidas. The three top sports giants have promised to eliminate all toxic pollution throughout their supply chain and product lifetime. This landmark win is a direct result of our Detox campaign and your amazing support.
Here's what Adidas is promising you:
http://www.greenpeace.org/eastasia/news/stories/toxics/2011/adidas-in-detox-toxics/
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more brands detoxed!
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We will expose the dirtiest corporate polluters and demand that they stop using the most hazardous chemicals and clean up their production.
And, lobby key government officials to recommend the best policies and practices in curbing industrial pollution, including Environmental Information Disclosure.
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