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Published on Monday, 02 November 2015

Greenpeace alters strategy but remains focused on Detox

Written by John Mowbray

MILAN – Greenpeace has told Ecotextile News today that despite a perceived lull in its Detox campaign, it remains very active and is totally committed to the campaign to rid potentially hazardous chemicals from the textile supply chains of leading retailers and brands by 2020. The global environmental NGO also points to recent, voluntary moves in Italy from individual companies and regional associations to engage with Greenpeace, as evidence that its campaign is now filtering down through the supply chain where it will focus on the ‘strategic implementation’ of Detox signatory commitments.


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