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Shoot: Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia

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Greenpeace volunteers protest on Ďumbier, the highest mountain in the Low Tatra range, and leave a red trace on the snow to symbolise PFC pollution. PFC pollution is irreversible; these chemicals have been found in some of the most pristine and remote areas of the globe. The activity is part of the global week of actions to ask leading outdoor brands to stop using hazardous chemicals in their products. PFCs (Poly- and per-fluorinated compounds) are hazardous and persistent chemicals, dangerous to human health and the environment, and they have been found in the products of leading outdoor brands who keep using PFCs to make their gear waterproof despite their claims of sustainability and love for nature.
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
6 Feb, 2016
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
6 Feb, 2016
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
6 Feb, 2016
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
6 Feb, 2016
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
6 Feb, 2016
Detox Outdoor Action in Slovakia
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