On Thursday, November 19, 2009 at the Carnegie Council in New York City, Sea Change Media’s Bill Baue and Marcy Murninghan presented the preliminary findings of their research fellowship on Web 2.0 and Corporate Accountability for the Harvard Kennedy School Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative.
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Check out the CSRminute from our good friends at 3BL Media, who caught up with Sea Change Media Executive Director Bill Baue at the Business for Social Responsibility Conference in San Francisco last week.
Sea Change Media is producing a year-long series of monthly podcasts called The Arc of Change: The ICCR Story recounting how the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility helped pioneer the practice of shareholder activism since its 1971 founding. In the first episode, Bill Baue and Francesca Rheannon of Sea Change Media interview ICCR Executive Director Laura Berry about [...]
See Sea Change Co-Director Bill Baue interview Sanford Lewis of the Investor Environmental Health Network about its new report in a video — 8 Loopholes: Corporations and the Investor Crisis of Confidence — co-produced by Sea Change Media and IEHN. You can also listen to a press briefing about the report, which links the history of companies hiding [...]
Corporate Watchdog Radio presents a special video presentation on the phone companies, the National Security Agency and our civil liberties. Ransacking Liberty is a 11.5 minute video that discusses how phone company spying may jeopardize the rights of reporters, whistle blowers and protesters. Take Action at Working Assets website Bill of Rights Defense Committee Music [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download 21 years after the Bhopal chemical disaster of Dec. 3, 1984 at a Union Carbide pesticide plant in India, justice has never been served. Though the diisaster caused the death of more than 20,000 people, Union Carbide has never stood trial for manslaughter. The suffering of hundreds of [...]
An audio log of fugitive Diane Wilson’s quest to find fugitive Warren Anderson and “talk some sense into him.” Diane Wilson and Warren Anderson are both fugitives. Fisherwoman Diane Wilson has been charged with criminal trespass for hanging a banner at a Dow Chemical/Union Carbide facility that said “Dow – Responsible for Bhopal”. She received [...]
Fisherwoman Diane Wilson (autobiography: An Unreasonable Woman) on Dow Chemical and Bhopal More information
Kimberly-Clark, Victoria’s Secret and Xerox Asked to Stop Destroying Ancient Forests for Disposable Paper Products San Francisco – Leading international environmental organizations coordinated efforts today at more than 350 protests and events across the U.S. and Canada, calling on companies to end the destruction of North America’s largest ancient forest, the Boreal. As part of [...]
The chemical industry is spending millions of dollars on TV ads to convince us that we need toxic chemicals in consumer goods, and in our air, water, food, and bodies. Learn the truth in this 53 second video. QuickTime Version – Broadband Quicktime – Low Bandwidth (dialup) Windows Media Ipod Video Version