'Deeply frustrating and annoying': Green firms urge Facebook to review its climate ad policies

Cecilia Keating
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'Deeply frustrating and annoying': Green firms urge Facebook to review its climate ad policies

Clean tech and energy companies are calling on the social media giant to review its climate advertising policies, noting the current state of play undermines their campaigns

Facebook is again under fire over its content policies, this time from green firms who claim the social media giant's advertising rules effectively force companies to water down messaging about climate...

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