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A toxic-free future

Water is essential for life, but it is also the world's most threatened essential resource. Greenpeace is campaigning to stop industry poisoning our water with hazardous, persistent and hormone-disrupting chemicals. Together, we can demand that companies and governments act NOW to detox our rivers, detox our planet, and ultimately detox our future. Get involved.

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In Fashion Duel, Valentino proves 'Green' really is the new 'Black'

Blog entry by Chiara Campione | 7 February, 2013 11 comments

At the start of November, Greenpeace threw down the gauntlet to 15 top Italian and French luxury fashion brands, challenging these companies with 25 'uncomfortable' questions about their supply chains. Why? Every day another...

G-Star commits to Detox

Blog entry by Ilze Smit | 31 January, 2013 2 comments

Sometimes the longest struggles can be the most rewarding. Today -- after ten months of #PeoplePowered activities and behind-the-scenes haggling -- G-Star has committed to eliminate all uses of hazardous chemicals from its supply...

G-Star, time to show your true face

Blog entry by Pavel Klinckhamers | 25 January, 2013 5 comments

UPDATE February 1st: G-Star has committed to Detox! Read more here. Zara. Levi’s. Benetton. Uniqlo. Victoria’s Secret. Mango. Esprit. Marks & Spencer. H&M. Li Ning. C&A. Puma. Adidas. Nike. Fourteen of the world’s top...

Victoria’s Secret: From Fallen Angel to Detox Leader?

Blog entry by Tommy Crawford | 22 January, 2013 5 comments

Limited Brands – owner of iconic underwear labels Victoria’s Secret and La Senza – has today bowed to public pressure and committed to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain and products by 2020. That makes it three...

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