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H&M can do much better

Blog entry by Eoin Dubsky | 14 September, 2011 5 comments

H&M's head of corporate social responsibility, Helena Helmersson, blogged yesterday about our Detox campaign's new focus on her company. Our campaigners are due to meet with H&M decision makers this Friday, but in the mean time we...

Will H&M make "Detox" the new must-have?

Feature story | 13 September, 2011 at 9:00

There's a skeleton in H&M's closet. The fast-fashion retailer sells clothes made with chemicals which cause hazardous water pollution around the world, and the only way to stop this water pollution is to come clean and stop using such chemicals...

"The obligation to endure gives us the right to know."

Blog entry by Pat C | 2 September, 2011 1 comment

I run. I started a few years ago and I love it. I can do it almost anywhere and in almost any weather and I don't really need much: just a few sportswear items, the ones that are good for me. Luckily I live on the edge of a small...

What does a 140,000 ton pile of dumped chromium waste look like?

Blog entry by Andrew Davies | 1 September, 2011 3 comments

From Greenpeace East Asia: Unluckily, just like a very large pile of dirt. Their unassuming appearance means dumped piles of chemical waste can go months unnoticed and unchecked in the countryside of China. But this "dirt" is ...

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