It is a fact that the communication branch has been involved in a big variety of unethical practices. Greenwashing exists because we in communications and our colleagues (mainly our colleagues of course J) made text and communication materials to let the green intentions of a company shine, by not including all the facts. Fortunately for the world we have NGO’s that did starting to check companies CSR efforts and intentions and CSR communication became more serious and based on facts and not only on intentions.
A partnership between the New Energy Coalition and National New Energy Development Centre, announced by Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern yesterday, has the potential to share leading international thinking to help New Zealand reach its low-carbon emissions energy aspirations.
Exploring the Role of Communication in Municipal Waste Management: A Waste Separation Campaign for International Students in Groningen
A blog by Daphne Visser. For the last few months I have been working together with the Professorship of Communication, Behaviour, and the Sustainable Society. With the help of the CBSS I recently completed my graduation assignment and graduated from the study programme International Communication.