It’s as if they’re saying, I fully support that we should give up environmentally destructive behaviours…as long as it doesn’t inconvenience me.
We’re not talking about a few tweaks here and there, but rather, a dramatic shift in the ideological approach and the narrative of the role of business.
Despite all of the CSR inspired positive inputs that are being added to the capitalist recipe, the end product is becoming more brutal and difficult to swallow.
Mr. Roberts knew that he would take a financial hit but he NEVER should have been put in this position.
Fake Leadership is dangerous when it comes to Corporate Sustainability, Plastic Pollution and Climate Change.
The fight for corporate sustainability is nothing more than a proxy fight for corporate power that has run amok.
It doesn’t help when a corporation responds to a crisis in this way and makes it sound like an important step.
Green consumerism, material decoupling, sustainable growth: all are illusions, designed to justify an economic model that is driving us to catastrophe.
According to Switzer, "water stewardship is a vast subject with many different players; when all stakeholders use Shared Value as a basis for decisions making, good things happen for everyone."