Conscious Capitalism

Businesses are often perceived as a only shareholder-value-oriented, people at work and customers have lost any (positive) emotional connection. Especially big corporations seem always to be in a race to the bottom in customer service (honorary mention is O2/Telefonica in Germany, which has the absolute worst customer service known to me). Authors Mackey (founder of WholeFoods supermarket in the US) and Sisodia offer another approach to capitalism that has more sides to it than just short term shareholder value - conscious capitalism.
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While reading the Conscious Capitalism book I was reminded of the movie Cowspiracythat I watched some time ago which was quite extreme about livestock animals being the largest producers of greenhouse gases worldwide. There was criticism whether the facts there were right (pros and cons discussed on Quora and on the blog or plain Google), but the book Conscious Capitalism has quite staggering (and hopefully reliable) numbers which I just want to put out here:
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