CBS’ EcoMedia Gives More False Claims in Defense of their Greenwash

April 13, 2011 by  
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Yesterday I wrote about how CBS’ EcoAd program has been charged with deceptive greenwashing by this blog and other environmental groups.  I was glad to see that the story was picked up all over the world and especially on one of my favorite blogs Triple Pundit . It was on the Triple Pundit post that I found this stunning comment from Sarah Douglis, Vice President Creative Affairs and Operations of EcoMedia.

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CBS’ EcoMedia Gives More False Claims in Defense of their Greenwash

Whose Responsibility Is it To Keep Our Sidewalks Clear?

January 9, 2011 by  
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All images credit Franke James TreeHugger favourite Franke complains in one of her trademark photo essays that she is irked by unshovelled sidewalks. It is one of those contradictions, where the sidewalk is on city property. where we are not required to shovel the streets for cars, (the city has ploughs for that) but the sidewalks, for pedestrians, are the homeowners’ responsibility

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Clean, Green, and Wheelchair Accessible, Paris’ Public Toilets Are Pretty Sweet

January 9, 2011 by  
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Images: Mairie de Paris If you’ve spent time in Paris, you’ve certainly seen the work of French designer Patrick Jouin , and maybe you’ve even ridden one. Last year, the designer of the Vélib’ turned his attention away from transportation and to another, more basic need: going to the bathroom.

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Clean, Green, and Wheelchair Accessible, Paris’ Public Toilets Are Pretty Sweet

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