European Union greenwash, cartoon


BirdLife Europe: EU citizens betrayed by Heads of State under heavy influence from the green-wash lobby, cartoon

This cartoon from BirdLife shows how greenwashing lobbyists’ influence leads to anti-environmental European Union policies. From left to right: Merkel of Germany, Hollande of France, and Cameron of Britain.

Companies with bad environmental records are increasingly turning to a little-known nonprofit called TFT to make sure they meet commitments to improve their practices. It remains to be seen if this is just a PR move or a turning point for corporate conduct: here.

Naomi Klein about greenwashing: here.

 

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