A grubby shade of green

November 1996
New Statesman;11/8/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4309, p28
Focuses on British environmental groups' efforts to change multinationals' attitudes by working more closely with them. Business conference hosted by Greenpeace; Identification of solutions to environmental problems achievable through alliances between greens and industry; Shift away from seaborne confrontations towards boardroom dialogue.


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