ASA raps environmental groups

Complaints against advertisements by Friends of the Earth (FoE) and Greenpeace have been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). FoE was held to have exaggerated the scarcity of mahogany trees and the number of deaths among Brazilian Indians as a result of logging. And the ASA found that there was no conclusive evidence to back Greenpeace's claim that marine chemical pollution is reducing human sperm counts and penis size.

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