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Luton Airport’s ads want you to think it can “grow green” – join a mass greenwash complaint

“Green” isn’t what you might associate with an airport wanting to grow its operations from 18 million passengers to a massive 32 million passengers per year. But Luton Airport, which goes by the trading name Luton Rising, is spending big-time on adverts on facebook, billboard and print adverts to promote its “unique” “green” growth plans,…Continue reading Luton Airport’s ads want you to think it can “grow green” – join a mass greenwash complaint

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More Shell greenwash escapes regulation

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has refused to investigate two greenwashing Shell adverts, despite assurances that a ruling against Shell in June 2023 would act as a precedent to prevent fossil fuel companies from misrepresenting their environmental credentials in future ads. Meanwhile, the regulator has banned an advert designed to build public support for London’s…Continue reading More Shell greenwash escapes regulation