In a previous post I
wrote about a consumer class action against SC Johnson, accusing the
producer of Windex of misleading consumers by using a GREENLIST label
that allegedly implies objective third party certification of
environmentally friendly ingredients in its cleaning products.
An interesting piece on FoodProductionDaily.com reports on a recent decision involving greenwashing (and apparently reverse greenwashing) claims in Denmark.
The ruling by the Danish Maritime Court is the culmination of a dispute that began in 2008 after Empac , a European metal packaging industry...
I’ve written before about the important role of certification marks in green branding, and a recent California district court decision involving the Energy Star certification highlights their continued significance.
The Energy Star program seeks to aid investment in energy efficient products...