Every day 200 kids die due to dirty water. P&G and Asda are running the campaign across all 1,200 SKUs (including Pampers, Arial, Oral B, Gillette, Pantene) and are pledging to provide purifying equipment that will produce 2 litres of clean water for each product sold. Their aim is save a life an hour.
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It’s not really fair trade and it’s not as green as promised. Worse, LOCOG have proven itself to be exploitative and totally out of touch with today’s ethical consumer.
Just how green are top brands? Who does the walk, not just the talk? Climate Counts Company Scorecard is a global league table which rates businesses on their environmental initiatives. CCCS scores the largest companies, by revenue, in 16 industry sectors on their actions to address climate change.