Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Detox-Wave-for-a-Toxic-Free-Future--27MZIF3QQPPO.htmlConceptually similar'Detox Football' Protest against Adidas in MexicoGP0STOF1WCompleted★★★★'Detox' Projection at Stadium in Barcelona GP04P9UCompleted★★★★"Detox" Striptease in BeijingGP03QZ7Completed★★★★Who Stumbles on the Detox Catwalk? - Release Web Video (English Version)GP0STPWUGCompleted★★★★"Detox" Striptease in ManilaGP03QZ9Completed★★★★PFC Outdoor Victory - Web Video (Traditional Chinese)GP0STQHVYCompleted★★★★PFC Outdoor Victory - Web Video (English)GP0STQHVZCompleted★★★★PFC Outdoor Victory - Web Video (Clean Version)GP0STQHW1Completed★★★★Mammut New Toxic Collection - Spoof Video (English Version)GP0STPK24Completed★★★★View AllGP0STOG6NDetox Wave for a Toxic-Free Future A video showing hundreds of people making a wave to show their support to the Detox campaign.Adidas, sportswear company and official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup 2014, has committed to rid its products of hazardous chemicals.Date:12 Jun, 2014Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:2m14sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:adidas-Detox (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-People-Public engagement-Textile industryShoot:Detox Wave for a Toxic-Free Future A video featuring hundreds of people making a wave to show their support to the Detox campaign.Adidas, sportswear company and official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup 2014, has committed to rid its products of hazardous chemicals.Back in 2011, adidas was one of the first global names to commit to clean up its act. But unfortunately the brand missed the target – setting no milestones and making no meaningful progress. Following the release of Greenpeace latest investigation into World Cup products and after three weeks of people powered pressure, adidas has laid out milestones towards its goal to be toxic-free by 2020.