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Earthsummit.Biz: The Corporate Takeover of Sustainable Development

By: Kenny Bruno and Joshua Ksrliner
179 pages, B/w photos
Publisher: Food First Books
Earthsummit.Biz: The Corporate Takeover of Sustainable Development
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Expose of corporate greenwashing and of the disturbing trend toward UN-corporate "partnerships" that give corporations good PR without requiring them to improve their behaviour.
`Powerful people within the UN believe in a strange idea: that multinational corporations, like super-rich Peace Corps volunteers, are going to save the planet out of the goodness of their hearts. Kenny Bruno and Josh Karliner bury this dangerous fantasy with name-naming, muckraking research. This isn't just an expose, it's a scathing obituary for the dominant development model of our time.' Naomi Klein, author of No Logo

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By: Kenny Bruno and Joshua Ksrliner
179 pages, B/w photos
Publisher: Food First Books
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