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July 30, 2006


Neeraj Desai

Spot on Joel. Could not agree with you more.

Wendy Geise

I would much rather see them commit to solving the problems they have already created by making products that are destructive to the earths ecosystems over the past how many years, before trying to solve other "human problems." They don't really seem to understand the idea of social responsibility, or for that matter sustainability. They do however, understand that there is money to be made by investing in some of these green technologies.


I think addressing Bhopal in a decent manner would go a bit towards addressing their reputation issues. Their argument has been that it was Union Carbide not Dow.

It is interesting that in this day and age you can buy all the advantages of a brand and leave the liabilities to history.

Personally - that would be a cool super power to have. Too bad it's only for corporations.

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