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The trend of companies not reporting their sustainability progress for fear of getting called out for greenwashing could have serious consequences for corporate climate action, experts say.
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Maria Ressa, investigative journalist
Authoritarian governments have weaponised online tools and platforms to control journalists and stifle freedom of expression.
Journalists at a conference
A trend of journalists being asked to share their stories before publication is a sign that newsmakers do not understand how journalism works, and think they can control the narrative. In reporting on sustainability issues, pre-publication review could lead to greenwashing.
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