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CSR – a step to sustainable development or a distraction from deeper changes

Hi everybody. I read a very interesting article which is linked to the CSR subject we discussed in our presentation. Today, we concentrated in the discussion on the difference between good and bad CSR. But an important question is, if

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The Celebrity Spokesperson

While Al Gore is understandably lonely within his club of Academy Award winning, ex-Vice President, Harvard- educated, climate change experts…I was interested to see who else might be on his speaking tour. Jeremy’s Powerpoint slides make reference to Ray Anderson,

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Corporate Social Responsibilty

Once again I risked a look on the corporation movie. Amongst others, there is Nobel prize winner Milton Friedman speaking. Here is what he thinks about a company’s CSR: A business cannot have social responsibilities as it is an artificial

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The Corporation (part 2)

Even worse than the fact that companies pollute the rivers in the environment of their factories, is when a British company chartered a ship to get rid of their toxic waste by dumping it out in the Ivory Coast (click

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The Corporation (Part 6)

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The Corporation (Part 5)

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The Corporation (Part 4)

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