By: J Greer and K Bruno
258 pages, B/w photos, illus
In recent years, transnational corporations (TNCs), which increasingly dominate the global economy, have been preserving and expanding their markets with "greenwash": Posing as friends of the environment and leaders in the struggle to eradicate poverty. The book examines TNCs' struggle to project themselves as saviours of the environment and of the world's poor. It also provides detailed evidence that despite the rhetoric, transnationals have not substantially changed their behaviour.
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