Monsanto’s 2011 Sustainability Report:Cognitive Dissonance?

RP Siegel
Triple Pundit

The question was recently asked here whether a company  that pursues an unsustainable activity as its primary mission could ever be considered sustainable itself. While the answer is clearly no, there are some useful distinctions that can be made among these companies. Considering that corporations are comprised of people (and, in fact, are people according to certain oligarchs, including our present Supreme Court),  then, like people, they should be expected, to display inconsistent and contradictory behaviors; not unlike a great philanthropist indulging in extra-marital affairs, or a ruthless despot who treats his aging grandmother with great tenderness. The one behavior does not nullify the other, despite what those with axes to grind, friendly or otherwise might argue.

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