Green marketing is on overdrive. But there is growing concern that inflated claims will turn off consumers.
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A British Petroleum representative allegedly rewrote 44 percent of the oil giant's Wikipedia page, including the environmental sections. Some Wikipedia editors are crying foul.
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Lake Superior State University poll reflects annoyance with excessive green labeling. To improve the picture, ask for standards and more disclosure from business.
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Despite some progress, printer and ink companies have a long way to go to make their products more sustainable.
Environmental marketer checks out retail products and identifies six sins of "greenwashing," or overinflating a product's environmental features.