RiverBlue discovers the toxic side effects of textile production and jean manufacturing on some of the world’s largest rivers. Traveling from tanneries along rivers in India, to some of the largest jean manufacturing factories in China, renowned river advocate, Mark Angelo, guides us through the declining health of these important waterways. Written by RiverBlue
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Internationally renowned river advocate Mark Angelo, who has paddled more rivers than perhaps anyone on Earth, journeys through some of the world’s most pristine waterways to some of its most polluted in an unprecedented global adventure. This quest originally set out to film the worlds great rivers in an effort to protect them, but in the process, uncovered the dark underside of the global fashion industry.
Through harsh chemical manufacturing processes and the irresponsible disposal of toxic chemical waste, one of our favorite iconic products, blue jeans, is destroying rivers globally.
Shot in 5K with images both stunning and shocking, RiverBlue acts as a demand for significant change from the top fashion brands that we all love regarding how our iconic jeans are manufactured.
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