'Badvertising': New report argues promotion of unsustainable products should be 'reined in'

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'Badvertising': New report argues promotion of unsustainable products should be 'reined in'

New study released to coincide with Black Friday concludes that efforts to tackle the climate crisis would be strengthened by major reforms to the advertising industry

Pressure on the advertising industry to reassess its engagement with polluting and environmentally damaging clients ratcheted up another gear this week, with the publication of a new report exploring how...

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