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Corporate Distrust:

Since the 2008 economic crisis, corporations are increasingly seen as exploiting the poor to benefit rich investors. 

Political Polarization:

Moderates are not willing to sit on the fence; concerns for social justice, environmental degradation, pollution, and social issues have pitched liberals against conservatives causing a stalemate in govt.  

Competitive Advantage:

For many years, the major companies have invested millions into sustainability programs; consumers now see their competitors as inferior, or out of touch.  Younger generations value sustainability and giving back as core values for a corporation.  

Widening Disparities:

Differences between the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ have never been greater, leading to widespread despair, crime, depression, suicides, human trafficking, health concerns. These crushing social inequities are slowly destroying the lives of common people and the social fabric of their communities.