Asks if there are certain corporate operations inextricably connected with what U.S. President Eisenhower called "The Military-Industrial Complex".
Corporate Predators web site, article on "The Hunt for Mega-Profits and the Attack on Democracy."
This former corporate insider and former Maine-based U.S. Congressman has written several insightful looks at how corporations' operations may be inherently destructive to the environment, human beings, and our rights with ideas on improving the situation.
Canada based nonprofit, activist group's site. Their goals are conservation and sustainable improvement of agricultural biodiversity; socially responsible development of technologies useful to rural societies. RAFI does not "pull its punches" on its white papers.
Research paper on U.S. policy in Asian Pacific Econ Cooperative: Does (1) US promotes an economic model that downplays human rights and sustainable development. (2) U.S. policy has focused on enhancing U.S. corporate interests rather than addressing the social and ecological costs of the current economic crisis?
Do global capital flows inherently challenge the environment? White paper on corporate operations, as they affect the environment today.
Corporate Predators: The Hunt for Mega-Profits and the Attack on Democracy. This book by by Mokhiber and Weissman details corporate operations that threaten human rights and relations.
Reflections on the wisdom of Tibor Kalman, social responsibility, and a designer's role in the digital age.
Human Rights Watch update (March, 1999) on the continued use of land mines encouraged by President Clinton and midwest defense firm.
To Transform the "World of Work" by an informal, expanding coalition of citizens concerned about what's happening in the business world.