1. Social media greenwashing by fossil fuel interests 'rampant': Study  CNA
  2. Greenpeace: Social media the new battle ground for climate disinformation by brands  Marketing Interactive
  3. 'Rampant' greenwashing by major companies on social media: Harvard report  The Straits Times
  4. ‘F-List’ Spotlights The 239 Ad And PR Agencies Working With Fossil Fuel Clients  The Drum
  5. 2022 F-List calls out top Australian agencies for climate polluters  mUmBRELLA*
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NEW YORK: A commercial plane photoshopped with the tail of a shark, hashtags that misleadingly evoke sustainability, tokenistic use of minorities to distract and to signal virtue: A Harvard report published on Tuesday  (Sep 20) highlights rampant greenwashing by leading companies on social media. TheNEW YORK: A commercial plane photoshopped with the tail of a shark, hashtags that misleadingly evoke sustainability, tokenistic use of minorities to distract and to signal virtue: A Harvard report published on Tuesday  (Sep 20) highlights rampant greenwashing by leading companies on social media. The

Social media greenwashing by fossil fuel interests 'rampant': Study - CNA

Marketing Interactive is Asia's leading source of advertising, marketing & media news. News coverage includes Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong, reaching out to all marketing & advertising related professionals.Marketing Interactive is Asia's leading source of advertising, marketing & media news. News coverage includes Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong, reaching out to all marketing & advertising related professionals.

Greenpeace: Social media the new battle ground for climate disinformation by brands

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The 2022 edition of the F-List, a global independent investigation into advertising, media, and PR agencies working with climate polluting partners has found 239 agencies globally working with fossil fuel companies, with this year’s edition coming with a focus on the agencies working with top local polluters.The F-List is compiled by Clean Creatives and Comms […]

2022 F-List calls out top Australian agencies for climate polluters

A campaign to nudge Asian PR firms to dump fossil fuel clients, led by United States non-profit Clean Creatives, aims to reach 1,000 PR professionals in Asia Pacific by the end of 2022. Will it gain traction in the fossil fuel-dependent region?A campaign to nudge Asian PR firms to dump fossil fuel clients, led by United States non-profit Clean Creatives, aims to reach 1,000 PR professionals in Asia Pacific by the end of 2022. Will it gain traction in the fossil fuel-dependent region?

Campaign to nudge PR firms to dump fossil fuel clients launches in Asia | News | Eco-Business | Asia Pacific

Climate advocacy groups Clean Creatives and Comms Declare have revealed this year's version of the F-List, a list of agencies that work alongside oil, coal, and gas companies. Climate advocacy groups Clean Creatives and Comms Declare have revealed this year's version of the F-List, a list of agencies that work alongside oil, coal, and gas companies.

Edelman, Big Red, UM among 'most-polluted' agencies in Australia: report | Advertising | Campaign Asia

Clean Creatives is calling on Asia-Pacific PR firms to end support for fossil fuel brands, with a virtual discussion scheduled for 27 September. Clean Creatives is calling on Asia-Pacific PR firms to end support for fossil fuel brands, with a virtual discussion scheduled for 27 September.

Clean Creatives Brings Fossil Fuels Campaign To Asia-Pacific PR Industry

A new report by Clean Creatives and Comms Declare charts 15 years of activists' efforts urging the industry to drop major polluters.A new report by Clean Creatives and Comms Declare charts 15 years of activists' efforts urging the industry to drop major polluters.

These 239 Agencies Work for Fossil Fuel Companies