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    atmosphere. It has been estimated that about half of the world’s forests have been cleared, and about 36 football fields worth of trees are lost every minute. A couple of organizations have been for the cause of ending deforestation all together. Greenpeace, for example, is an independent campaigning organization that uses creative communication…

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    Environmental Issues (Liam): The Tapajós Study Group: The Tapajós Study Group is the combination of nine companies who are interested in bidding fpr the dam project. One of those companies is the state-owned Brazilian electricity giant Electrobras. The Tapajós Study Group also includes Brazilian construction companies Camargo Corrêa, Cemig, Copel, Eletronorte , and multinationals EDF (France), Enel (Italy/Spain), Engie (France/Belgium) and Neoenergia (Spain). All of the companies are…

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    2.2 Stakeholder Theory In traditional view, the companies serve only their shareholders because they are the owners of the company. Therefore the companies have the financial obligations towards shareholders which have always put the shareholders’ needs at first (Friedman, 1970). However, the stakeholder theory argued that the companies should properly serve the stakeholders’ needs first before they can meet the shareholders’ expectations, because it is believed that the stakeholders have…

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    It is easy for us to neglect the immediate and colossus problems plaguing our world, because the biggest problems, the ones that affect not only our future generations here in America, but the future generations across the globe, seem like they are flames, too bright to look at. We know it is there, yet instead of trying to put out the fires, we turn away, hoping someone else will eventually do it for us. One of the biggest, if not the biggest, flame destroying our world is the unbelievably high…

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    utopian changes in society and in individual lives and attitudes. An example of of liberalism being challenged by alternative thought is the Greenpeace organization. Greenpeace is an international campaigning organization with an uncompromising voice for the environment. It is a catalyst for ethical, political, commercial, and technical change in society. Greenpeace campaigns puts the spotlight on the causes of environmental degradation…

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    grassroots organization of low- and middle-income people (“Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now”). The organization strived for economic justice. One particularly well-known environmental interest group is Greenpeace USA. A branch of one global organization, Greenpeace USA helps to expose environmental issues and propose and promote solutions that help the country move toward a “green and peaceful future” (“What We’re Doing”). One issue interest group is NARAL Pro Choice…

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    Greenpeace, as mention in the previous paragraph, have join to help eliminate this problem. They stated their goal, “we challenge destructive industries to change their practices, and we inspire consumer action to demand that our food, paper and timber products aren 't linked to forest destruction ().” Greenpeace has then achieve some of their goals with [d]eforestation of the Amazon for soya and beef has significantly reduced due to the soya (). It is satisfying to see Greenpeace try to…

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    New Zealand is renowned for its ‘green’ environment, a feature that is also largely responsible to attract tourists to its country, and export revenue, (GREENPEACE New Zealand, 2012). Further constructions of offshore drilling sites in New Zealand, increases the risk of oil spills on a large scale, (Rees & Sharp, 2011). This could increase the chance of potentially destroying wildlife and their habitats at…

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    hurches,press,TV,academia -greenpeace 2.3 explain how csr policy will impact on our business…

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    It is ten o’clock in the morning when Michael Pollan takes the stage of Wheeler Auditorium at the University of California-Berkeley for his Global Sustainability class, where he scans the room to look into the eyes of 700 students, an impressive feat for any professor with an early lecture. The students are about what you would expect from a high-achieving university - eager and intelligent, all looking to make the food industry more sustainable. Upon Pollan’s invitation, Pam Ronald, a slight in…

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