The Corporate Takeover of Sustainable Development


A muckraking exposé of corporate greenwashing and of the disturbing trend toward UN-corporate “partnerships” that give corporations good PR without requiring them to improve their behavior.


By Kenny Bruno and Joshua Karliner, Food First Books 2002 exposes the current state of corporate rhetoric vs. corporate reality and debunks the paradigm of transnational “responsibility” and self-regulation. It contains 18 corporate case studies, as well as the complete texts of the U.N.’s toothless Global Compact with corporations, and the Global Compact’s civil society counterpart, the Citizens Compact on the United Nations and Corporations.

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Weight 0.6625 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × .5 in


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