BP, Rio Tinto and Dow Chemical are being accused of using the 2012 games to 'greenwash' their reputations, protests aim to remind about current environmental disasters caused by these multinational companies.
Co-ordinated campaign aimed against companies accused of using Games to 'greenwash' unethical corporate activities
The coast guard approved a plan a week ago to relieve BP of liability from further oil deposits, unless they are traced to the Macondo well.
Belgian creative agency Happiness Brussels commissioned Anthony Burrill to create a series of 200 limited edition posters, printed using the crude oil that had washed up on the beaches of Louisiana during BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
If the World Cup is any indication, sporting events certainly draw devoted crowds and passionate players. So why not use competition to save the environment?
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