Fashion Is Quietly a Major Fossil Fuel Industry—Could a Sustainable Revolution Be Around the Corner?
Independent Media Institute
Three 17-year-old Norwegian fashion bloggers travel to Cambodia for an online reality series experiencing a month long life of a Cambodian garment worker and get an up close idea about exploitation and H&M profits.
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It's difficult for exploited workers to organize and build popular support. Companies can pack up and move to the next low-wage country where people and governments are desperate for jobs and income, however pitiful. This cycle of exploitation is destined to continue until the world runs out of poor countries to exploit, or until citizens in rich countries, like the U.S. get over their ignorant indifference and face up to their complicity for evil done in their name.