Climate greenwash: Amazon’s Bezos pledges $10 billion to save the planet
23 February 2020 | 12:32 pm
The Climate is never out of the headlines. Whether it is another storm wrecking havoc, with heavy rain, wind and flooding. Or hot, dry conditions leading to wild fires that burn out of control. The climate is a many-layered debate. Emmanuel Macron relaunched his climate cred with an announcement at Chamonix, on the Sea of Ice glacier that is melting more and more each Winter. And such "greenwashing" as it has been dubbed is not limited to politicians.
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