The Environmental Investigation Agency is a small campaigning organisation that was established to prevent trade in endangered species and, naturally for an organisation that seeks to prevent the loss of species it has turned its mind to climate change and in particular the role of supermarkets in climate change.
Most people from developed countries spend most on their food and household shopping in Supermarkets. In the United Kingdom and in the United States these businesses have become Leviathans; there are few of them, and as such they wield significant influence over businesses from which they buy goods, like farmers, and people to whom they sell goods. (more…)
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