According to Money Magazine – Nike is introducing a “green” version of the Air Jordan XX3. Apparently, the manufacturing process reduces chemicals and waste.
(read : Nike’s clean Air Jordans)
Although I’ll always applaud any company for taking any step towards a greener future, but the reduced toxins in the air don’t take away the bad taste in my mouth when I think of what life is like in a Nike Factory.
Am I wrong? Has Nike done enough to straighten up it’s act? Or should this “green” product be white – as in whitewash.