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Corporate Conscience

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Corporate Conscience

Is there a need for a corporate conscience to drive and develop a cooperative and sustainable global food system that provides food security for all? Can, and will, shareholders form the core of the conscience? How?

I believe that the there isn’t a need for a corporate conscience to drive and develop a cooperative and sustainable global food system that provides food security for all. The U.S. is different from other countries in the world. If they continue to get involved in feeding the rest of the world, the U.S. will keep increasing the hunger and starvation going around. The United States believe they are helping the people of the world, but they aren’t quite helping them. The only people they are helping are those that have enough money to go out and buy the products that the United States has to offer. For example if you go to India, you won’t see a farmer buying a loaf of bread, or some fruits. They wouldn’t be able to afford it. The ones that would be buying bread and fruits are the higher class. The lower class would also lose their businesses. The United States and other corporate stores would go in and take over their area and the farmers and lower class wouldn’t have anyone to sell to. The people feel as though they are helping the starving out, but in reality they are hurting them even more. The farmers and lower class people will have to change their occupation in order to live. The farmers of India have been moving into the cities

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