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Bamboo Bamboozle

‘Green’ Clothing Made with Toxic Chemicals

Bamboo is rapidly renewable and requires few pesticides to grow. However, bamboo fabric manufacturing is a chemically intensive process that doesn’t provide clear and legitimate product labeling. 120 more words


Is Fiji water really "green"?

Suggestive pictures, irrelevant claims and out-right lying are just a couple of different ways that companies are green-washing in their advertisements today. I’m sure you’ve seen ads before where you just shake your head and think wow this ad is really misleading.. 268 more words


Greenwashing: a arte de fazer você consumir sem culpa

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Empresas que estampam selos verdes nas embalagens dos seus produtos, propagandas de lanchonetes de… 2,595 more words

Does "Greenwashing" have Positive Outcomes?

By Anonymous

In the Aspen Skiing Company case, we learned about the bad publicity companies in the ski industry receive for being one of the most energy-intensive industries and for being a major contributor to deforestation. 524 more words

Environmental Strategy In Organizations

The image of the nation

Companies use PR instruments to create, establish or change their corporate and products’ image. States also do this. However, Nation Branding is usually done in a less open way. 333 more words

PR Instruments

Image Magazine: Green Beauty Experiment

Self-proclaimed beauty addict, Liz Dwyer takes the challenge to trade in her synthetic standbys and only use green beauty products for a month. What results will the great green beauty experiment yield? 206 more words