An extraordinary book from outspoken business leader Anita Roddick that brings together some of the most prominent of authorities on globalisation (including Susan George, David Korten and Naomi Klein), taking a hard-hitting look at the myths and reality behind this phenomenon that affects us all, and showing us how we can all fight it.
This is an accessible black and white edition of the successful full colour book, at a lower price point.
Some of the leading names in the globalisation debate have contributed to the book, including Naomi Klein, Susan George and David Korten, as well as organisations and charities such as Greenpeace and the Rainforest Action Network.
The book deals with a diverse range of the issues surrounding globalisation, including human rights, the environment, international trade and finance, health, the food we eat and the clothes we wear.
Ultimately, this book is a call to action, showing how each and every one of us can take on the corporate giants and make a real difference.
‘Globalisation is the most important change in the history of humankind, and the latest name for the conspiracy of the rich against the poor. It is the phenomenon most subject to the efforts of economists and statisticians, and the least understood and measured change in our time.’ Anita Roddick
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Anita Roddick has many guises: successful business woman, outspoken political activist, worldwide traveller, grandmother. She has created a company with attitude that is known around the world for both its products and its principles.
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