Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Uniqlo, top global fashion brands, join Greenpeace's Detox program

Uniqlo, Japan's no.1 casual wear brand, has joined top global fashion brands like Zara, Mango, Esprit, and Levi's, in eliminating the release of chemical waste during the manufacturing of their clothing and apparel.

Read more about the Greenpeace campaign to Detox Zara.


Meanwhile, Victoria's Secret, GAP, and Calvin Klein have yet to react to pressure from activists and environmentalists around the world.

According to Greenpeace, Earth Hour ambassador and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) partner Miranda Kerr is reconsidering her contract with Victoria's Secret after learning about the harmful chemicals used in making their clothes.


A message from Greenpeace:

Every time you like, share, comment on, or promote this video, it increases the pressure on these companies to change their ways: to stop poisoning rivers in the countries where their products are made, and to stop shipping hazardous chemicals all over the world in their clothes.

A toxic-free world is possible. Together we can help create it.

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