Video: Dove's Onslaught Commercial gets the Greenpeace treatment

Onslaught(er) Lyrics

Written by Daniel Bird
Performed by Ohm square

There they go
There they go
There they go
There they go

There they go your trees
Are gone today
All that beauty hacked away

So use your minds

And use your voice to make them stay
It’s not a price you’ll have to pay

They cannot hide

There they go your trees
Are gone today
All that beauty hacked away

Just to soap your hide
Just to soap your hide

Whoa there go the trees
Whoa there go the trees
Whoa there go the trees

via Greenpeace’s Making Waves Blog

The Original Dove Onslaught Commercial


Duration 1min 18sec

via fubiz

Podcast featuring some companies that are working to make their supply chains more sustainable [Stanford’s Social Innovations Conversation]

With increasing pressures on firms to operate in socially and environmentally sustainable ways, corporate social responsibility has become a regular part of the business landscape. Now those pressures are extending to one’s entire chain of product and service suppliers. But just how do you make CSR work, particularly with your suppliers? How do you justify it financially, and how do you measure its effects? In this breakout panel from the Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains conference at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Bethany Heath of Chiquita and Mike Loch of Motorola discuss the benefits that have resulted from new supplier standards in the areas of energy efficiency, health, safety, and labor. Michael Jarvis talks about how the World Bank works with companies in emerging markets to help them meet CSR standards so that they may gain access to the supply chains, markets, and capital they need.

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