Five Green Things we learnt this week

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And one important thing we did not learn about the prime minister

Greenpeace campaigns work Or at least they tend to work when they target specific, high-profile consumer brands. Zara this week joined Apple and Mattel in caving into the pressure of an effective Greenpeace...

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