When it comes to acheiving what’s best for the Environment, can we trust Public Relations to represent what the Public actually desires…in it’s efforts to satisfy its corporate clientel?
Archive for the ‘sociology’ Category
I read a great post this week over at enviralment about the greening of Mcdonald’s, and the length that companies will go to sell themselves off as eco-conscious. There is no question that advertising, and branding work. Daily we are bombarded by more than 2000 messages telling us how we can improve every little insignificant [...]
As we gear up towards the Copenhagen climate conference next month a once optimistic disposition held by political leaders, environmentalists, and scientists has transformed itself into despair. Indeed the final nail in the coffin for any binding Co2 reduction treaty to was realized this weekend as APEC leaders were backing off earlier plans that would [...]
[digg=http://digg.com/environment/Social_Climate_Mediating_the_Mob_Mentality] As we get nearer to the Copenhagen Conference, we collectively continue to gauge the ‘Social Climate’ for effecting genuine change. All the while still searching for any obvious signs of the required Social, Cultural, and Political motivations and leadership factors that can, and should drive some new points of agreement home before this momentous occasion expires… [...]
[digg=http://digg.com/environment/COP15_Voices_for_Climate_Change] Do not be fooled by any imitators… There are all sorts of sites out there that are vying for visibility in all the limelight being cast around the impending U.N.Climate Change Conference that’s being held in Copenhagen in December. There’s the Copenhagen Climate Council, the Climate Change Congress , the International Conference on Climate [...]