Companies – and governments – are full of empty promises and nobody seems to be able to hold them accountable.
Catastrophic oil spills and big speeches on what we should do are on the order of the day. Little action follows them. Sometimes, however, justice is done.
Posted in Political |
Tagged accountability, Antonio Herman Benjamin, Brazil, CEOs, Chevron, court, Ecuador, lawsuits, legal, Oil spill, Rio+20 |
They are ungovernable and wild and they do what they want.
That’s why it’s time to find a way to control Transnational Companies. Therefore, the
Forum for a New World Governance wants to generate “the breakthroughs and changes necessary for building a new, fairer and more sustainable world governance.” Continue reading
Posted in Economy |
Tagged accountability, collective management, corporate responsibility, CSR, environment, Forum for a New World Governance, global governance, international law, misleading advertising, responsibility, TNCs |
Imagine somebody would voice up for future generations and keep politicians accountable for their promises.
The World Future Council is an organization which is worried about the future of our planet. That is why they propose to introduce a ombudsperson to big political meetings like G20 or G8. Continue reading
Posted in Good ideas |
Tagged accountability, children, future generations, future justice, G20, justice, law, long term thinking, ombudsperson, responsibility, Rio +20, sustainability, World Future Council |