Network it! Wrap up of our 2022 Beyond Consumerism conference

Thank you to all who came along to our Beyond Consumerism conference on Saturday 14th May 2022, and for being part of the energy, networking and action planning to create thriving public spaces free from corporate advertising. We had an amazing day full of inspiring speakers, discussion and music, with a creative space and several…Continue reading Network it! Wrap up of our 2022 Beyond Consumerism conference

Beyond Consumerism – Adfree Cities National Conference 2022

Beyond Consumerism: Reducing the Brain Pollution from AdvertisingNational Conference hosted by Adfree Cities & Badvertising 🗓️ Saturday 14th May 2022, 10am – 5pm📍 Conway Hall, London Catch up on the day with videos and sounds recordings now available here. Are there too many adverts everywhere you look, do they seem to follow you around? It’s…Continue reading Beyond Consumerism – Adfree Cities National Conference 2022

North Somerset Council votes to end ads for high carbon products

North Somerset Council passed a motion on 19th July 2021 to introduce a ‘Low Carbon Advertising Policy’ on the advertising sites it manages. This should see an end to adverts for high carbon industries such as petrol and diesel cars, airlines, airports and fossil fuel companies. North Somerset joins Liverpool and Norwich city councils who…Continue reading North Somerset Council votes to end ads for high carbon products

Airline misleads Euros football fans with pitchside greenwash

A greenwashing advert in Wembley Stadium during UEFA Euros 2020 has prompted the latest call for the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) to crack down on greenwashing, including at major sporting events. Advertising and sponsorship in sport was brought into the spotlight recently, when Ronaldo raised eyebrows and lowered Coca-Cola’s market value by moving two bottles…Continue reading Airline misleads Euros football fans with pitchside greenwash