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Tuesday, May 25, 2010



The book Green Inc has a lot in it about this kind of greenwashing and how many industries partner with, or donate to, these charities to make themselves appear Green. It's followed by a press release is advertising, not charity. Shame on these org's for selling out. I know they need money but they're fools to sell their souls to the devil. At the very least they could make it clear that a corporate donation won't buy silence or complicity.


Thank you so much for pointing out this error on my part. I have made the correction.


Your link to the article in the WaPo doesn't seem to be pointing to the correct URL.

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