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A Little Story About a Monstrous Mess

Publication | 2013-12-17 at 0:00

Greenpeace has investigated the hazardous chemical residues present in children’s clothing. A set of 85 clothing items from Zhili Town of Huzhou in Zhejiang Province and Shishi in Fujian Province - two large production bases for children’s...

Toxic Threads 2

Publication | 2013-01-23 at 3:00

How textile manufacturers are hiding their toxic trail. A new investigation by Greenpeace International has found a wide range of hazardous substances in the effluent of communal wastewater treatment plants from two industrial zones in China, as...

Sampling and Investigation

Standard Page | 2011-06-29 at 0:16

Greenpeace collects scientific evidence of hazardous chemicals in China through testing water samples and documenting environmental degradation. We then use this evidence to lobby polluters and the government to ask for change.

Little Monsters: A Field Guide to Hazardous Chemicals

Publication | 2014-01-28 at 21:00

These Little Monsters can be found lurking in our kid's clothes, escaping from factories, travelling through our waterways and causing mischief all over the world. Learn all about these scary beasts, their terrible traits and their horrific...

Little Monsters: A Detox Fairy Tale

Feature Story | 2014-01-14 at 13:00

The latest report by Greenpeace East Asia revealed the presence of hazardous chemicals in clothing items bought from 12 global brands, from fast fashion giants like Primark, to sportswear brands like adidas and luxury labels like Burberry.

The Problems

Standard Page | 2011-06-28 at 14:44

Chemical pollution has become a silent threat to the lives of many people in China. As a result of rapid industrial development, millions of people are drinking polluted water, eating polluted food and using everyday objects that contain...

Water Pollution

Standard Page | 2011-06-28 at 16:18

China is facing a water crisis. Its per capita water supply is significantly lower than the global average, but its demand for water is astronomical. Both industry and agriculture use massive amounts of water – and create massive water pollution.

The Solutions

Standard Page | 2009-08-12 at 13:11

Only by eliminating the use of hazardous chemicals can we guarantee for our future generations a clean and healthy planet.

Toxics

Multimedia hub | 2010-01-22 at 10:20

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Nike commits to champion a toxic-free future

Feature Story | 2011-08-18 at 15:02 3 comments

The world's #1 sportswear brand, Nike, has accepted our Detox challenge: today it has officially committed to eliminating all hazardous chemicals across its entire supply chain, and the entire life-cycle of its products by 2020. This is a major...

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