Detox Now!

To the CEOs of Nike and Adidas:
"If impossible is nothing, then work together with your suppliers to eliminate all toxic chemicals from your supply chain and products. You need to reveal and take responsibility for the hazardous chemicals used and released into the environment during your production processes. The world needs champions for a toxic-free future. JUST DO IT."

 

Thank you for coming to sign the petition to the CEOs of Nike and Adidas. The petition is now closed because of this great news:
Nike commits to champion a toxic-free future.

As much as 70 percent of China's rivers, lakes and reservoirs are affected by water pollution, and the clothing industry is making it worse by pouring hazardous chemicals into the mix.

Our brand choices give industry leaders like Nike and Adidas power. Now, we need them to use that power for good and help champion a toxic-free future. By working with their suppliers to eliminate the use and release of all hazardous chemicals in their supply chains and products, these brands can detox our sportswear, detox our water, and detox our future.

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UPDATE:
Both Nike and Adidas have responded to our Dirty Laundry campaign report, though they risk falling behind in the race to create a toxic-free future if they can't convert their bold claims of leadership into concrete commitments and credible actions. Puma meanwhile has leaped ahead by publicly committing to eliminate all releases of hazardous chemicals from its entire product lifecycle and across its whole supply chain by 2020.

The question is, who will take the Detox Challenge to the next level -- Nike or Adidas. Learn more...