Companies and individuals are increasingly advertising their environmental sustainability credentials in today's world, whether it's through the use of renewable energy, trash reduction, or other eco-friendly measures. Yet, there are worries that some of these claims may be flimsy or even deceptive; some critics argue that "greenwashing" is a growing trend. Additionally, individuals who oppose taking action to prevent climate change frequently criticize and bash anything that is deemed "green" or "eco-friendly."
Join us for an interactive conversation and networking opportunity on "Greenbashing or Greenwashing: Examining Claims of Environmental Sustainability," hosted by Exposing the Invisible.
At this event, we will delve into these and other issues, including how to investigate claims of environmental sustainability and distinguish between authentic and insincere green initiatives. We'll also look at the phenomenon of greenbashing and how to combat it, as well as share ideas for driving new environmental investigations.
We invite you to engage in these discussions and exchange of ideas, whether you are an investigator, an environmental activist, or simply someone interested in the topic. The event will take place online, on 6 April 2023 between 15:00 - 16:30 Central European Summer Time (CEST).
We look forward to your attendance and contribution!
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