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On Environmental Crimes and Greenwashing 2.0

Incidents of greenwashing continue apace, increasingly in the realm of what I call Greenwashing 2.0 , i.e., misrepresentations in business dealings relating to commercial clean tech equipment and services as opposed to marketing consumer products. A Colorado company called Executive Recycling, Inc...

Greenwashing 2.0 Published

I’m pleased to announce that my article – Greenwashing 2.0 - was published at the end of September in the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law (CJEL). The current issue of CJEL can be found here . In this piece, I argue that discussions of greenwashing are unduly restricted to cases in...

More Greenwashing 2.0: Another Biofuels Credit Fraud Scheme Exposed

In previous posts (e.g., here and here ), I’ve discussed cases of fraudulent renewable energy credits and other environmental crimes and argued they ought to be considered greenwashing. A recent indictment is another case in point. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced that...