Andrew Forrest


Andrew Forrest Calls Out Hydrogen Greenwashing in Australia

Greenwashing is when a company (or, in this case, the government of Australia) markets itself as environmentally friendly, focusing the limelight on facts that minimizing their environmental impact. It’s considered a deceitful marketing gimmick that’s often used to mislead people who prefer to support goods and services from environmentally conscious brands. In an example of the worst kind of greenwashing, the Australian government is patting itself on the back for its “green” achievements after sending off a ship full of “brown” hydrogen to Japan while, at the same time, they are subsidizing the fossil fuel industry to the tune of $20,000 a minute.
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Billionaire Andrew Forrest Launches Criminal Action Against Facebook

Self-made billionaire Andrew Forrest is the founder of Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), which is one of the largest iron ore producers in the world. Forrest, who once served as the company’s CEO, now serves as its chairman and remains a large shareholder. Although Forrest is best known for spending his time focusing on FMG and being “Australia’s biggest philanthropist,” he has had to shift his focus to Facebook’s recklessness.
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Andrew Forrest spearheads global green hydrogen push

Iron ore billionaire Andrew Forrest and former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will spearhead a new global body to promote greater use of hydrogen produced from renewable sources, targeting a 25% slice of the world energy market by 2050. The Green Hydrogen Organization, to be known as GH2, was unveiled...
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Andrew Forrest takes $20m stake in Tasmania’s controversial salmon industry

The iron ore billionaire Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest has waded into Tasmania’s controversial salmon industry investing almost $20m in the troubled Huon Aquaculture Group. Through his family’s private investment arm, Tattarang, Forrest has hauled in a 7.33% stake in the Tasmanian salmon farmer, with a statement made to the Australian Stock Exchange late on Monday confirming the purchase.