By: Elaine Smitha
Screwing Mother Nature for Profit is a wake-up call to acknowledge, and heal, the harm that corporate greed is wreaking on our planet. Overpopulation, hunger, pollution, climate change: the damage is all around us. How can we live in harmony with each other and with nature? For answers, Elaine Smitha turns to Mother Nature herself, explaining how her principles of cooperative competition can set corporations and governments on a path of conscious, sustainable growth. Drawing on concepts from Henry Ford's innovative production line to the findings of the 'new biology', she reveals a startling correlation between businesses and living systems and then uses this as the basis for a model of leadership oriented towards benefits much bigger than cash flow
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Elaine Smitha, visionary teacher, artist and businesswoman, is the author of "If You Make the Rules, How Come You're Not Boss?" In 1992, she launched a TV programme, "Evolving Ideas", to explore new perspectives in science, health and conscious living, reaching a million households. In 2005, she expanded to Internet radio, where her guests have included Deepak Chopra, Larry Dossey and Jack Canfield. A past president of Toastmasters, she is a frequent speaker at universities and organisations around the US.
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