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Indonesian Rainforest Destruction

Green washing is an untrue or exaggerated information given out by a business or company as to present themselves as being environmentally friendly and sustainable. These corporations spend more money on seeming environmentally friendly to the world rather than actually using sustainable practices. 678 more words

Monstrous hypocrisy: Duke Charles and the greening of Cornwall

Incensed to read a recent article in the Independent newspaper – ‘Prince warns of planet in crisis’ Independent The News Matrix: Thursday 26 February 2015 – the people of Cornwall responded in kind. 1,723 more words


Foodie Greenwashing: What Is It and Why Does It Make Me So Angry?

You may not have heard the term “greenwashing” before.  I certainly hadn’t, until I was sitting in front of a manager from one of my favourite environmental charities, … 871 more words

Ethical Eating

Green Washing; It's Not Leaving A Green Sock In With The Whites.

…a post from the voice.

Fashion and fraud have long gone hand in hand. With the rise in popularity comes the opportunity to mislead. Green or organic living is no different. 335 more words

Green Bean Challenge

Are Sorbet products natural?

Are Sorbet Products Natural?

I get this question at least once a week; from customers, suppliers, stockists and other interested parties. It’s a hard question to answer as there is some very pervasive marketing rhetoric out there and a lot of greenwashing (spending more time talking about being green than doing it). 726 more words


Trustworthiness = transparency + openness + approachability

From the very beginning it has been clear that operating as a startup in a field of funding is going to be extremely tough. Credibility and the consequent trustworthiness are issues that we will face for sured. 214 more words


Philippine blue swimming crab at risk

The Philippine blue swimming crab fishery is at risk for several reasons:
1. Overcapacity. There are just too much harvesting than the existing natural population could support; this is manifested by declining catch rates and declining average crab sizes, undermining profitability. 220 more words