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US enforcement bodies up the ante on greenwashing 

Delta Air Lines planes at airport
US airline Delta has been accused of misrepresenting its carbon offset scheme and is currently being sued under California’s false advertising and consumer protection laws (Photo: Angus Mordant/Bloomberg)

Three US supervisory authorities and private actors across the country are focusing on tackling greenwashing issues arising in their regulatory frameworks.

Corporate net zero pledges, the marketing of sustainability products and reporting on environmental, social and governance factors has triggered scrutiny from supervisory authorities the US Securities and ...

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