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    Default The Future of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

    Recently I interviewed Stephen Jordan, founder and executive director of the Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC), the corporate citizenship affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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    Corporate social responsability should be for each corporation to safely recycle 100% of all the waste materials from its production cycles.

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    I agree, and with CO2, they should plant one tree for each ton. With all resources they should pay true costs, which includes the pollution from extraction and transport along with the cost of depletion. Corporate pay of executives should be less and of the real production workers, more. Less mark up, and less profiteering in an age of economic recession. Packaging should be minimized and be biodegradable when possible. Companies should hire only locally and encourage car-pooling and hybrid/electric vehicle use. Any jet travel should be severely minimized.

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    The problem is persuading corporate executives to make such policy changes themselves with as little government regulation as possible. If they fully undestood that pollution is killing this planet they might move sooner and more decisively to recycle as close to 100% as possible.

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    Another thing for real corporate responsibility is E Verify. Stop the jobs magnet to immigrants and give jobs to Americans!! Fine illegals and all their encouragers in the corporate and government realm.
    Overwhelming Majority of Americans Favor Keeping Illegal Aliens Out of U.S. Jobs

    A nationwide poll conducted by Pulse Opinion Research found that practically all groups of Americans favor mandating the E-Verify system, a free tool that will reduce the presence of illegal aliens in U.S. jobs. The poll, conducted on February 16, 2012, found that 78% of likely voters favor the use of mandatory worker verification, which will open up more job openings for unemployed Americans and legal residents.

    It's easy to understand why E-Verify has widespread support, especially with 20 million Americans struggling to find a full-time job. E-Verify is the smart and sensible approach to immigration enforcement that Americans have demanded. Among likely voters who expressed an opinion:

    94% of Republicans support E-Verify
    81% of Democrats support E-Verify

    Despite these findings, most members of Congress have failed to support E-Verify.{corrupt politicians guilty of felony encouragement themselves and owing we the people hundreds of billions of dollars in fines!}
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    That says it for me, Val, almost 100%; except the South and Central Americans should give their women the legal right to decide if and when to birth their children, then their would not be overpopulated millions to come crashing across our borders! As it is, male supremacy rules the lives of women in so many areas of the World, which is why there are now 7 billion human beings on this shrinking planet, 7 billion and counting!

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