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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...

Important step down the catwalk to toxic-free fashion

Blog entry by Tommy Crawford | 21 November, 2011 2 comments

International fast-fashion retailer C&A today joined with China’s biggest sportswear company, Li-Ning, and Adidas, Nike, Puma and H&M to launch a Joint Roadmap to begin tackling the fashion industry’s toxic pollution problem. ...

Big brands like H&M are listening to you

Blog entry by Tommy | 25 October, 2011

As fashion-lovers around the world ponder over which clothes to add to their Christmas wish-lists, news about a different list linked to the fashion industry has got the Detox team here at Greenpeace buzzing. I’m talking about H&M’s...

Detox is SEO Hot Right Now!

Blog entry by Eoin Dubsky | 20 September, 2011 21 comments

Will you help us grab a top position in Google for " Detox "? If everyone with a blog reading this would link to our Detox campaign page - using the link word Detox (just like that) - we could rise to a top spot in web search...

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