The Corporate Paradox


Marc-Antoni is fascinated by the world. There is so much to learn and apply towards adopting sustainable practices. With a background in history and business management, Marc-Antoni loves leveraging the past to help solve for the future. Originally from Montreal, Canada he now lives in Tokyo, Japan. You're more than welcome to reach out!

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  1. October 31, 2018

    […] the desire for profitability is not inherently evil or detrimental to society! Although some corporations have certainly done some despicable things to both society and the environment in the name of […]

  2. November 2, 2018

    […] Corporate operations and industrial practices may have been able to quickly embrace globalization (see also Sustainability Reporting), but it would appear that our minds are still trying to catch up. […]

  3. November 3, 2018

    […] of water to life, and raises questions regarding the legality of corporate ownership (check out The Corporation) over water rights that should belong to citizens and […]

  4. November 21, 2018

    […] is that a lot of the palm oil out there represents some wretched industrial practices (check out The Corporation for more on industrial motivations). Although it’s not exactly an obvious ingredient, it has […]

  5. March 18, 2020

    […] the realization of this corporate behavior can leave the viewer unsettled, it also encourages active involvement, as an informed citizenship […]

  6. November 27, 2020

    […] who exactly owns it? The film does an excellent job of raising questions over the legality of the corporate ownership of water. Should private industry hold rights to water, and if so, what the rights of citizens and […]

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