A positive step forward from The @Guardian 👏 | #Regram #RG @guardian: We have decided that we will no longer accept advertising from fossil fuel extracting companies.

We are the first major global news organisation to institute this outright ban and hope others will join us soon.

Environmental groups have long argued that energy companies use expensive advertising campaigns to “greenwash” their activities, paying to highlight relatively small investments in renewable energy while continuing to make the vast majority of their revenue from extracting fossil fuels.
Advertising makes up 40% of our revenue, so it remains a key way to fund our journalism.

Our acting chief executive, Anna Bateson, and chief revenue officer, Hamish Nicklin, said “it’s true that rejecting some adverts might make our lives a tiny bit tougher in the very short term. Nonetheless, we believe building a more purposeful organisation and remaining financially sustainable have to go hand in hand.” They acknowledged that some readers would like us to turn down advertising for any product with a significant carbon footprint, such as cars or holidays, but explained that this isn’t financially sustainable while the media industry’s business model remained in crisis.

@Greenpeace welcomed the move, calling it “a watershed moment”.

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A positive step forward from The @Guardian 👏 | #Regram #RG @guardian: We have decided that we will no longer accept advertising from fossil fuel extracting companies.

We are the first major global news organisation to institute this outright ban and hope others will join us soon.

Environmental groups have long argued that energy companies use expensive advertising campaigns to “greenwash” their activities, paying to highlight relatively small investments in renewable energy while continuing to make the vast majority of their revenue from extracting fossil fuels.
Advertising makes up 40% of our revenue, so it remains a key way to fund our journalism.

Our acting chief executive, Anna Bateson, and chief revenue officer, Hamish Nicklin, said “it’s true that rejecting some adverts might make our lives a tiny bit tougher in the very short term. Nonetheless, we believe building a more purposeful organisation and remaining financially sustainable have to go hand in hand.” They acknowledged that some readers would like us to turn down advertising for any product with a significant carbon footprint, such as cars or holidays, but explained that this isn’t financially sustainable while the media industry’s business model remained in crisis.

@Greenpeace welcomed the move, calling it “a watershed moment”.

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A positive step forward from The @Guardian 👏 | #Regram #RG @guardian: We have decided that we will no longer accept advertising from fossil fuel extracting companies.

We are the first major global news organisation to institute this outright ban and hope others will join us soon.

Environmental groups have long argued that energy companies use expensive advertising campaigns to “greenwash” their activities, paying to highlight relatively small investments in renewable energy while continuing to make the vast majority of their revenue from extracting fossil fuels.
Advertising makes up 40% of our revenue, so it remains a key way to fund our journalism.

Our acting chief executive, Anna Bateson, and chief revenue officer, Hamish Nicklin, said “it’s true that rejecting some adverts might make our lives a tiny bit tougher in the very short term. Nonetheless, we believe building a more purposeful organisation and remaining financially sustainable have to go hand in hand.” They acknowledged that some readers would like us to turn down advertising for any product with a significant carbon footprint, such as cars or holidays, but explained that this isn’t financially sustainable while the media industry’s business model remained in crisis.

@Greenpeace welcomed the move, calling it “a watershed moment”.

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Leonardo DiCaprio life

Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio (born November 11, 1974) is an American actor and film producer. DiCaprio began his career by appearing in television commercials in the late 1980s. He next had recurring roles in various television series, such as the soap opera Santa Barbara and the sitcom Growing Pains.

He debuted in his film career by starring as Josh in Critters 3 (1991). He starred in the film adaptation of the memoir This Boy's Life (1993), and received acclaim and his first Academy Award nomination for his supporting role in What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993). He gained public recognition with leading roles in The Basketball Diaries (1995) and the romantic drama Romeo + Juliet (1996). He achieved international fame as a star in James Cameron's epic romance Titanic(1997), which became the highest-grossing film of all time to that point.