Greenpeace activists in over 20 countries took to the streets, joined by over 175,000 people online, to demand Levi’s make fashion without pollution.
“If… we don’t say anything, don’t pay any attention, what will future generations do? How will they survive in this type of pollution? When our descendants come to pay their respects, they won’t thank us. They will say, what were our forefathers doing? They already knew about this problem and they didn’t say anything? What were they thinking?” — Wei Dongying, Environmental activist, China.
Around the world people are living with the impacts of toxic water pollution. Together we can help change that.
Gael Garcia Bernal, Mexican filmstar and director, invites you to join Greenpeace’s global Detox campaign.
Gael is wearing a specially commissioned t-shirt created by Brazilian designer and entrepreneur Oskar Metsavaht, bearing the message “Detox our future, Clean our water”.
Around the world a growing movement of activists, fashionistas, designers and public figures are demanding that the textile industry, a major polluter, stop poisoning our waterways with toxic chemicals, and start making fashion without pollution.