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Brands commit to clear Chinese waters

Remember Greenpeace’s Detox Campaign – “Adidas and Nike need to detox”? The aim of this campaign is to put a halt on water pollution by fashion brands and their textile factories. Greenpeace is calling on all clothing brands to comply with and live up to the statements described in the Zero Discharge Commitment. To do […]

Twenty years Clean Clothes Campaign

Twenty years is a pretty long time. In November 2009, we can say that hundreds of thousands of textile workers (especially women) are still working more than 70 hours a week for incredible low wages that clearly fail to sustain basic (family) needs such as healthy food, clothes, housing, primary health care and education. So […]