- Beijing - China - environment - France - pollution
This week we take a look at the fashion giants which have been pressured into stopping the use of hazardous chemicals. A worldwide campaign led by environmental group Greenpeace has named and shamed those labels guilty of using toxic products in clothing supply chains.
Next, we explore invisible pollution in the home. Research shows the level of dangerous gases found inside is often higher inside than outside, which is particularly worrying given that we spend an average of 85 per cent of our time indoors.
Finally, we head to China where authorities have bowed to public pressure to improve the way they measure the quality of air in Beijing, one of the smoggiest cities in the world.