Down In The Dumps. . . . . . What Green Economy? by Marcus J. Farmer

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"Does the UK green economy have any chance of long term success in the UK?

This is a story about a joint UK trading standards and environment agency investigation into a complaint made about the Manchester waste industry. The aim of the book is to outline, based on evidence, the lack of protection for genuine green companies that have to compete with those that are mere marketing illusions. In addition it delves into the current topic of defamation law interferring in scientific debates and asks the question whether public interest dabates should be protected from this draconian law."

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Published October 11, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 120 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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In the larger picture, Farmer’s account of false recycling claims is not enough by itself to support an exposé of how bogus “green” claims play out in a marketplace where environmentalism may all too often get lip service while regulators look the other way.

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