Author Dan Dagger says in part, “Environmental corporatism is guilty of the same offense of which it has made a career of accusing capitalism, the free market, and private enterprise: Getting rich at the expense of the environment. And its consumers are just as blind to the damage they cause as they accuse the private sector of being. Actually, more so.”
NOTE: This article was originally published in Range, Spring 2017, Eco-Profits edition. It was written by Dan Dagget and is being used with the author’s permission.
Dan Dagget, a reformed eco-radical, is a freelance writer, speaker, range consultant and a Pulitzer Prize nominee. He was selected by the Sierra Club as one of 100 Environmental Heroes on the occasion of the group’s centennial celebration. He lives in Sedona, Ariz.
Check his blog at RightWay2BGreen or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. His highly acclaimed book, “Gardeners of Eden, Rediscovering Our Importance To Nature,” will be reprinted as a print book by the University of Nevada Press March 15, 2017. It will also be published as an eBook