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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of greenwash.

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Examples

  • Having spent more than two decades pushing back against the sometimes appreciable damage that "greenwashed" products wreak on consumer opinion and the sales figures of products with genuine benefits, I think this is an idea with a lot of merit.

    Jeffrey Hollender: The Green Standard

  • Watch for a wave of 'greenwashed' electronics - USATODAY. com

    Watch for a wave of 'greenwashed' electronics

  • PreviousWatch for a wave of 'greenwashed' electronics

    New survey: Few CIOs adding staff in early '08

  • Moving beyond the "greenwashed" approach typical of mainstream natural products,

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Come by freely and gear up for the spring climate justice campaigns, and organize for the U.N. sponsored "greenwashed" climate conference shut down in Copenhagen, Denmark beginning November 30th.

    Indybay newswire

  • Weekly Sunday afternoon get together from 1-3P. M. in the southeast corner of Berkeley's People's Park, to gear up for spring climate justice campaigns, and planning for the December U.N. sponsored "greenwashed" climate conference shut down in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Indybay newswire

  • When I met Jocelyn the other day, she also reminded me to watch out for 'greenwashed' products that claim to be 'biodegradable.'

    RVABlogs

  • The claimed intimidation has cost the OCA thousands of dollars in lost revenue. 1 In other words, WFM and UNF apparently want to keep their "greenwashed" promotion methods and appear to have put pressure on some of their suppliers in order to keep the OCA quiet.

    Organic Consumers Association News Headlines

  • Many delegates were still holding out for a strong political agreement in the absence of a legally binding one, but there were fears that the world could end up with a "greenwashed" deal.

    Mail & Guardian Online

  • "greenwashed" contributions to sustainability actually makes the complicated answer YES.

    GreenBiz.com Green Business News

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