Cartoon: The Birth of Greenwash, Inc.

Dennis “I am Batman” Pacheco just posted a new comic on his blog here at Chelsea Green. It is an “origin story,” of sorts. It details the birth of Greenwash, Inc.—a company that wants so-very-much to get on board the green movement.

The third installment of our cartoon series: Greenwash, Inc.

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