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Greta Thunberg pulls out of Edinburgh Festival over 'greenwashing'
She had been due to attend an event at the annual festival on 13 August.
French comedians are helping people deal with climate anxiety
The popular Greenwashing Comedy Club in Paris is putting climate in the spotlight, providing "a sense of togetherness".
Google is profiting from climate change denial videos, report claims
The tech giant is reportedly still running ads on climate disinformation content, despite policies against it.
New ranking reveals the European companies leading on climate action
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KLM court case: ‘Misleading’ ads axed - but lawyers aren’t happy
KLM has pulled its ‘Fly Responsibly’ ads - but environmental lawyers fear future greenwashing campaigns.
Climate paper calls for fossil fuel giants to be charged with homicide
The paper, set to be published in the Harvard Environmental Law Review, says the case is "increasingly compelling".
EU vows to crack down on greenwashing with new rules for labels
Greenwashing has become increasingly popular and sophisticated as the severity of the climate crisis continues to grow.
The EU's new proposal to fight textile pollution has to get it right
Ensuring that consumers can easily access reliable information about a garment’s environmental impact and make responsible purchasing choices is key to driving the necessary changes in the fashion industry, Dalena White writes.
Zalando returns: Climate impact of 'sustainable' policy revealed
Zalando’s 2021 CO2 equivalent emissions were more than twice as much as all of Iceland.
UK bans Lufthansa’s ‘green’ adverts for misleading consumers
Lufthansa’s ad claimed they are ‘protecting the planet’ The UK’s advertising watchdog disagreed.
Irish energy firms told to drop 'bogus' 100% renewable power claims
The claims were supplied under a Europe-wide scheme that allows energy companies to buy renewable power certificates.
View: Why the EU must consider the climate in new corporate rules
Failing to oblige companies to respect the Paris Agreement and conduct climate due diligence would undermine the bloc’s ambition to become a net zero emissions economy.
Shell reports highest profits in company’s 115-year history
The fossil fuel giant continues to set the trend of record energy company profits off the back of soaring prices caused by the war in Ukraine.
Royal Opera House cuts ties with BP
British cultural institutions are all jumping to drop associations with oil money. How do other European museums compare?
Is your toilet cleaner greenwashing you? UK opens investigation
2023 promises to be the year that regulators really crack down on misleading green claims.
Ryanair weakens green claims after warning from Dutch regulator
The low-cost carrier has changed its information on carbon compensation schemes following an investigation by the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets.
UN chief calls out fossil fuel giants for ignoring climate science
Antonio Guterres said that, just like the tobacco industry, those responsible need to be held to account.
EU puts ‘greenwashing’ companies on notice with draft law
A draft legal proposal by the European Commission aims to clamp down on companies falsely promoting their products as "climate neutral" or "containing recycled materials".
Is travelling to the Davos forum by private jet hypocritical?
A private jet was used for a 21km journey to the 2022 World Economic Forum in Davos, Greenpeace reveals.