Protests

by / on March 24, 2015 at 7:33 pm / in CSR, Economics, Management, Politics & Society, Protests

Why Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaigns Could Do more Harm Than Good

The Guardian’s Leave It In the Ground campaign names and shames the Wellcome Trust and the Gates Foundation for not divesting their holdings in fossil fuel companies.  Editor Alan Rusbridger launched the project by declaring the case for the divestment […]

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by / on September 8, 2012 at 12:52 pm / in CSR, Politics & Society, Protests, Uncategorized

The Lunatic Environmental Fringes: Who are They?

It is a commonly expressed belief that pro-environmentalists are different from the majority of the population.  The stereotype has them as more left wing politically, more activists and generally more involved with society.  But how does this stack up to […]

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First Nike, then Starbucks: Is it now Apple’s turn to be ‘held up’ by protesters? 1
by / on February 27, 2012 at 12:19 pm / in Protests, Uncategorized

First Nike, then Starbucks: Is it now Apple’s turn to be ‘held up’ by protesters?

Over the last few weeks, what was the juiciest development for those that cannot get enough of gossip about tech giant Apple? Was it “when will the iPad 3 debut and will it have a retina display?“ Or the titillating […]

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