Category Archives: greenwashing

Green Fatigue?

According to this article in Ad Age, American consumers seem to be suffering from a bit of “green fatigue”. In the past 52 weeks, sales of bottled water ROSE 4% after a steady decline. The purchase of in-home water filtration … Continue reading

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Quick Hit: Don’t Believe the Green

Just a quick post here since things have been “busy” here in GeekGirlLandia. An article in the Wall Street Journal confirms what I’ve always wondered: Most items claiming to be green contain at least 1 dangerous substance in them. Further, … Continue reading

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Greenwashing: Tresemme Naturals

While watching a bit of tv over the weekend, I saw the commercial for a new product by Tresemme. It seems that they are launching a “Naturals” line of hair products. Take a look: The first thing I wandered was … Continue reading

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Avoiding Greenwashing

In the past I’ve bought numerous “green” products. Most of them were from larger, multi-national companies. In all honesty, I don’t know what to look for when looking for “earth-friendly” products. Are there certain things I should avoid? Is there … Continue reading

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