Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/-Detox--Human-Banner-in-Bangkok-27MZIFITOXNY.htmlConceptually similar'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGP02GG9Completed★★★★'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGP02GGBCompleted★★★★'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGP02GGCCompleted★★★★'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGP02GGECompleted★★★★'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGP02GGDCompleted★★★★'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGP02GGACompleted★★★★Chao Phraya flowing through BangkokGP02BDLCompleted★★★★"Detox" Melting Poster in ThailandGP03TCOCompleted★★★★"Detox" Melting Poster in ThailandGP03TCQCompleted★★★★View AllGP02GG8'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGreenpeace activists form the word "Detox" in a human banner at Santichaiprakarn Park, on the banks of the Chao Phraya river, to call upon Adidas and Nike to remove toxic chemicals from their supply chains and from their products. The demand comes as the result of a year long investigation of toxic water pollution in China, linked to the production of the two sports apparel brands. Greenpeace is warning that Thailand also hosts factories of the same sport giants.Locations:Bangkok-Chao Phraya River-Southeast Asia-ThailandDate:14 Jul, 2011Credit:© Athit Perawongmetha / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Actions and protests-adidas-Chemical industry-Chemicals-Clouds-Day-Detox (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-High angle view-Human banner actions-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Nike-Outdoors-River pollution-Rivers-Textile industry-Toxics (campaign title)-Water pollutionShoot:'Detox' Human Banner in BangkokGreenpeace activists form the word "Detox" in a human banner at Santichaiprakarn Park, on the banks of the Chao Phraya river, calling on the sportswear giants Nike and Adidas to remove toxic chemicals from their supply chains and from their products. The demand comes as the result of a year-long investigation into toxic water pollution resulting from the release of hazardous chemicals by the textile industry in China. The investigation, published in a Greenpeace report called "Dirty Laundry", focuses on two facilities that were found to be discharging a range of hazardous and persistent chemicals with hormone-disrupting properties. These results are indicative of a much wider problem that is posing serious and immediate threats to both our precious ecosystems and to human health.