Greenwashing is the act of distributing false information about something being more environmentally friendly than it actually is. With a looming climate crisis, it seems like more companies than ever are at risk of falling into this trap. Join Keith Mullin and Roger Miles as they explain what greenwashing is, some notable examples and the responsibility of stakeholders to minimise this behaviour.
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5 video modules • 56 minutes
In the first video of this series, Keith begins by introducing Greenwashing and some examples of how some companies could potentially be seen as greenwashing. He also talks about some of the regulatory moves around data disclosure that investors and other stakeholders are calling for.
Keith Mullin • 10:39
In the last video of this series, Keith takes us through some real-life examples from the debt capital markets where there has been some disagreement amongst market participants about whether issuers are greenwashing or not.
Keith Mullin • 06:32
In this two-part video, Roger explores the concept of "greenwashing." First, what does it mean, and where does this idea belong in the current landscape of expectations around what constitutes good business practices and environmentally friendly operations.
Roger Miles • 10:51