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Tackling greenwashing does not need ‘exhaustive’ definitions, says ICMA

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The ICMA wants a definition of greenwashing that is ‘clear, fair, calibrated, and actionable’ (Photo: Chuyu2014/Envato)

The International Capital Market Association warns that focusing on too narrow and varied definitions of greenwashing could lead to market paralysis due to reputational and litigation risks for market participants

Regulators tackling greenwashing do not need to introduce ...

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