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Greenpeace protesters are warning Venice could soon be submerged if action isn’t taken against greenwashing.
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The capitalist approach to ‘fixing’ climate change is failing slowly, which is a disaster, it needs to fail fast so that a new approach can replace it.
BP exits its 20% stake in state-owned Russian oil and gas giant
"Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine must be a wake-up call for British businesses with commercial interests in Putin’s Russia.”
Brussels controversially labels gas and nuclear as green energy
The European Commission says gas and nuclear will act as "transitional" energy sources before renewables become widespread.
Oatly ads banned over misleading environmental claims
But one claim that food’s annual emissions could be cut by 49 per cent if the world went vegan was backed up by evidence.
Germany rejects EU plan, calling nuclear energy 'dangerous'
“We consider nuclear technology to be dangerous,” government spokesman Steffen Hebestreit told reporters in Berlin.
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"Glossing over these issues with a neatly packaged sustainability marketing campaign threatens the future of our planet."
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McDonald’s new solar powered restaurant branded ‘McGreenwash’
Hot on the heels of the McPlant burger, the chain has unveiled its first net zero build. But what about its biggest emission sources?
Wokewashing - the fossil fuel industry’s new favourite tool
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Why are polluting oil-based fabrics still selling freely in the EU?
New campaign Make the Label Count says the EU needs to update its sustainable clothing label scheme to avoid greenwashing.
Capturing carbon is slow and difficult - is nature the answer?
"The idea of just planting trees everywhere as a solution is fundamentally misguided. We cannot plant a blanket of trees and hope to save the world.”
Will Primark's sustainability pledge drive overconsumption further?
Fast-fashion giant Primark has announced it will be completely sustainable by 2030. But low prices are driving overconsumption.
How to tell the difference between tree-planting schemes and scams
As more companies use trees to lure in customers, Ariel Maldonado explains how to spot a greenwashing scam.
How palm oil ended up in everything - and could be ruining the planet
A Western PR firm that once represented Burma's military junta is now helping billionaires counter the narrative that palm oil is dangerous.
Big businesses accused of faking net-zero climate targets
A new report entitled “The Big Con” claims to show how some of the world’s biggest polluters have worked to shape climate policy in their own interests.
The five biggest reasons carbon offsetting schemes can fail
Elina Kajosaari tells us why many carbon offsetting schemes fail the official sustainability criteria.
These are the five biggest myths about sustainable living
From ‘sustainability is too expensive’ to ‘recycling solves plastic pollution’, these myths are pure greenwashing.
‘Tired, tacky, dangerous’: British Gas ads criticised for greenwashing
The UK's biggest energy supplier is accused of having a "worryingly simplistic" understanding of green issues.