Have you ever asked yourself, What do fashion companies and EU lobbying have to do with greenwashing, but not know where to begin your learning journey? Well, same here!

Part 3 in the post primary series for teachers. By Rachel Elizabeth Kendrick

Graphic: typical online visual marketing advert by fashion retailer Shein which displays high contrasting colours and multiple offer discounts to consumers.

Deniers, delayers and regulators, oh my!

Who’s involved in greenwashing?

Who is responsible and to blame for practices that can only be called greenwashing? What bodies actively identify and regulate greenwashing?

Part 2 in the post primary series for teachers. By Rachel Elizabeth Kendrick

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