I just found the web site for Green Air (www.greenairradio.com) which bills itself as “a nationally syndicated news radio feature and multi-platform interactive hub for Green and environmentally significant news, stories and entertainment. It is comprised of a broad network of media professionals including producers, journalists, broadcasters, writers, photographers and filmmakers worldwide. Green Air creates, publishes, and distributes traditional and new media content with a contemporary and humanistic voice.”While scrolling through the GreenAir search, I found the segment titled Toxic Textiles ( http://greenairradio.com/?p=1612 ) Please take the time to watch it! It was an eye opener even for me, who prides herself on knowing the facts about textile manufacturing, but when I actually see those farmers spraying the pesticides – how it’s done in a developing country – and when I see the dyehouse workers wringing dyed fabrics by hand, it’s a different ballgame. Not to mention the two women profiled who have health problems brought on by exposure to these fabrics.
Just found this and had to share…22 05 2009
- Date : May 22, 2009
- Tags: environment, ethical, fabrics, garment workers, GreenAir radio, India, MCS, nerve damage, organic farming, pesticides, social accountability, textiles, Toxic
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