Textile Towns in the Shadows of 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.

For more info: Greenpeace

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