During a recent investigation, Greenpeace identified several major international clothing brands, including the sports giants adidas and Nike, linked to facilities in China that are releasing toxic chemicals into our water.
Unfortunately, these facilities are just the tip of the iceberg. Across many countries, hazardous chemicals are being released into our precious waterways, poisoning our water and threatening people and wildlife.
It's time Adidas earned its stripes. Click on your country or region below to take action.
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Like any of their champion athletes and superstars who at times have stumbled, suffered setbacks and faced difficult decisions, these big brands have a choice.
They can see this news as an obstacle, and try to ignore it - or they can see it as an opportunity to come back stronger than ever before, and work with all of their suppliers to eliminate the release of toxic chemicals into our water.
Join us in challenging Nike, adidas and all other would-be champions to JUST DO IT and lead the way towards a toxic-free future, proving once and for all that impossible really is nothing.
If Nike and adidas learn from any of their champion athletes and superstars, they will know that every setback, every mistake, every wrong decision provides an opportunity to come back stronger than ever before.
Who do you believe will step up first to the challenge, detox their brand and become a champion for a toxic-free future?
Puma has leaped ahead already, and we know that Nike and Adidas can be moved with public pressure! Let's write a new, toxic-free future.
Grab a Detox twibbon for your Facebook and Twitter profile picture, and use this image (the Chinese symbol for "water") for your skype or chat image.
And of course please share it, tweet it, and whatever the verb for Google+ is it to all your friends. Nike and Adidas monitor social media for feedback about their brands. Be creative!
Having mysteriously quit their day-jobs as retail store mannequins to spend a few weeks appearing at some of the world's most iconic locations bearing the Chinese symbol for water on their bodies, the XM3N have had a busy 48 hours laying down the "Detox" challenge to the world's biggest sports brands.
As much as 70 percent of China's rivers, lakes and reservoirs are affected by water pollution. During our recent investigations, Greenpeace identified links between a number of major clothing brands and textile factories in China that are releasing hazardous chemicals into our rivers.
These chemicals are a serious threat to human health and the environment.
Some are known hormone disruptors, whilst others can affect the reproductive system. Many of them don't break down in the environment, but instead build up in the bodies of animals and humans.
They can also be found far beyond their original source, transported in our oceans, atmosphere and food chains.
High levels of certain hazardous chemicals have even been found in polar bears! The problem is not just a cause of local concern. This is a global issue and demands a global response.
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