Greenhushing Doesn't Help Anyone: Why Green Business Should Speak Up
Greenwashing is the corporate image version of money laundering − a way to maintain the status quo under a shiny thin veneer of change. One of greenwashing's negative effects is that it dissuades genuinely green companies from promoting their own far more substantial green practices. Companies that are authentically doing good stay silent, for fear that they'll be tarred with the same brush as those who are carrying on with business as usual. We hereby christen this unfortunate phenomenon "greenhushing." Although its intent is admirable, its effect is almost as negative as greenwashing. Here's why:
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Thursday, March 13, 2008
The New Danger of Greehushing
A great article about why you should tell the world about your green efforts . . .