Whose Problem?

December 5, 2011 § 3 Comments

Corporate Social Responsibility. In today’s times, it’s a term we hear all the time. But when it comes to the Environment, whose problem is it? Who is responsible for protecting the environment?

Is it the responsibility of corporations and big business, like CRS claims?

Is it the government’s job to do, by setting rules and regulations, as well as punishments?

Is it a problem of our already-under-attack educations system, which many believe should be teaching sustainability?

Is it our job, as citizens, to sacrifice conveniences of modern life in order to save our planet?

Lastly, at what level does the responsibility fall? Is it a local, national, or world-wide issue? Should the UN take responsibility?

Starting next Monday, and continuing over the rest of that week, I will try to answer these questions. Until then, let me know what you think in this poll:


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