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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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The Step-by-Step Detox Plan

Blog entry by Martin Hojsik | 8 February, 2012 3 comments

2011 saw six of the world’s biggest clothing brands commit to the elimination of hazardous chemicals and begin to Detox - all thanks to the power of the people. Pressure is now mounting on those who have yet to commit; they must stop...

Detox Campaign: Cleaning up the water in the Philippines

Blog entry by Beau Baconguis, Toxic Campaigner, Southeast Asia | 11 January, 2012 15 comments

In one of my annual visits to the dentist, he told me about the time that he was taken ill from an unexplainable disease. After many tests, he had to be flown to Manila from Mindanao to be properly treated at the toxicology unit of a...

Greenpeace Year in Pictures 2011

Video | 20 December, 2011 at 15:41

2011 was the year the bottom shook the top, the year the ballerina danced on the bull, and “The Protestor” was named Time Magazine person of the year. The faces in our Year in Pictures pay testament and tribute to our contribution and to the...

If Octylphenol were a WoW character it would have been a villain!

Blog entry by Martin Hojsík | 15 December, 2011

And really a bad one, blamed and hunted already for years. But as we are not playing World of Warcraft , I have to find another way to tell you this story. Let's keep it simple: on December 14, the EU blacklisted one of the villains...

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