Al Jazeera pulls the wings off Boeing’s 787 to reveal the “new Boeing” where profit comes first, even at the expense of quality.
There was a time when “Boeing” meant the essence of quality. From the B-17 to the B-52, and the magnificent history of the “7” series – 707, 737, 747, 757 and . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Smear Job of Indictment? The Rise and Collapse of Boeing’s Corporate Culture
Each day offices across Canada and the U.S. receive thousands of shipments in cardboard boxes. Once unpacked they go straight to recycling depots or landfills. Office supplies chain Grand and Toy and its US parent OfficeMax launch their reusable Boomerang Box to help their customers go green and reposition themselves from a commodity supplier to . . . → Read More: Carbon49 – Sustainability for Canadian businesses: A Cardboard Box and Green Business Strategy
We hear a lot about the Koch brothers. And before them, we heard a lot about ExxonMobil.
In other words, we all know the names of the corporations, and the corporate leaders, who have sought to undermine public understanding about global warming—for instance, by supporting think tanks that misrepresent the science . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: The Big Waffle? New Report Exposes Corporations That Try to Split the Difference on Global Warming