What is the role of big corporations in climate change? They want you to see them as advocates and allies but at what risk?
In Slate. Zachary Karabell wrote:
“Capitalism—in the form of multinational corporations—is doing more than many governments and multilateral institutions to stem the progression of climate change. They are doing so because of self-interest, not altruism; the relentless demand for profit is compelling an increasing percentage of the world’s largest companies to take concerted, forceful action. Yes, many companies remain obstacles to action, as Klein argues, but increasingly, more are becoming the agents of rapid and necessary change.”
Read this excellent article by Rick Cohen in NPQ (Non-profit quarterly)…