Saturday, February 15, 2014

Video - The Success of Greenpeace's Detox Fashion Campaign

A growing movement is demanding that the fashion industry clean up its act. The combination of social media and direct action have succeeded in convincing a number big brands (including Zara, Mango, Valentino, UNIQLO and H&M) to commit to toxic-free fashion. The effectiveness of these campaigns is a warning for clothing and textile manufactures to remove toxins from their products.

For more information or to find out how you can join the campaign click here.

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