Philips: Green Leader or Greenwasher? #Tshirt Tuesday
This week the Climate Counts Green Watching campaign is telling Philips they want to see a Climate Counts score. Philips pulled in $35 billion dollars in revenue last year and, according to its annual report, reduced its operational carbon footprint from 1,937 to 1,808 kilotons CO2-equivalent. The company also has an entire green campaign and green logo for its products. But is Philips a green leader or a greenwasher? The Climate Counts Green Watching campaign is calling for a Climate Counts score of Philips to help consumers see how the company stacks up against its competitors.
Send Philips (@asimpleswitch) a tweet you’ll be in the running for a Free WEADDUP Climate Counts T-shirt! After you tweet announce your vote on our Facebook Page and we’ll count your vote a second time!
Click here to see official rules.
Please note: You can tweet from our website or our free iPhone app. You can see our latest scores in the ‘new scores’ tab on our Facebook page, on our website, our iPhone app and on our smart phone site m.climatecounts.org
Last week’s winner: As part of our Green Watching campaign partnership with the @SustainU Clothing’s oneSHIRT campaign we asked thousands of consumers to message the companies making behind their T-shirt demanding more climate action. A big shout out to Laureen (@MamandeEDS on twitter) for tweeting to Nike and winning a Free WEADDUP Climate Counts T-shirt!