Naked extortion? Environmental NGOs imposing [in]voluntary regulations on consumers and business
Tim Wilson

For the past twenty years environmental nongovernment organizations (ENGOs) have  sought to influence the global supply chain of  commodities from production and extraction through to their retail sale. Traditionally their  attempts to control trade have been thinly veiled through ‘voluntary’ certification schemes. Based on their own recent gloating, their attempts are now naked in their attempt to transform markets based on their environmental, social and economic values.  
16 April, 2012
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