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The Greenwashing Line

by | Jul 23, 2008 | Cultural Creativity

I wrote previously in my post, Wal-Mart, Sustainability and the Line, about businesses who are trying to improve their environmental practices. I asked where the line was for companies who businesses were not sustainable, i.e., Wal-Mart, but who were trying to adopt more sustainable business practices. I argued that the fact that they were doing something was better than doing nothing. Today, I read an interesting blog post that agrees and asks, How Bad Is Greenwashing, Really?

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Tara Joyce

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The Greenwashing Line

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