Launched in July 2011, the Detox campaign has exposed links between textile manufacturing facilities causing toxic water pollution in China, and many of the world's top clothing brands.
Toxic chemicals in our environment threaten our rivers and lakes, our air, land, and oceans, and ultimately ourselves and our future. Greenpeace fights back.
Water is central to our lives but it is also the world's most threatened essential resource. Some of the worst industrial pollution is contaminating the world's most vulnerable water resources.
Greenpeace International has commissioned a new investigation that delves even further into the hazardous chemicals used in the production of high street fashion.
Water is essential for life, but it is also the world's most threatened essential resource. It is imperative that solutions are found to stop poisoning the precious resources we have left with hazardous chemicals.
Greenpeace International has commissioned a new investigation that delves even further into the hazardous chemicals used in the production of high street fashion, going beyond previous investigations in China and Mexico. This latest report builds...
We are a global movement of fashionistas, activists, designers and bloggers united by a belief that beautiful fashion shouldn't cause toxic pollution. We want the clothes we wear to be as stylish and authentic as we are. This is our Detox Fashion...
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Greenpeace believes that fashion should not cost the earth, and that no hazardous chemicals should be used or released when making or washing our clothes.
Exposing the textile industry's role in polluting Mexico's rivers.
Beijing/Herzogenaurach, 30th August 2011 - Adidas, the world's second largest sportswear brand, has responded (1) to the Greenpeace 'Detox' challenge by committing to zero discharge of hazardous chemicals throughout its entire supply chain and...
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