Community vitality is the concept that a corporation

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Community Vitality is the concept that a corporation should give back to the community that supports it. Growthmania notes There is a disequilibrium between the human economy and the natural ecosystem We have reached the point where the marginal cost of growth exceeds the marginal benefit. Solutions to all problems in growthmania can be answered: * Poverty? Grow more to provide more employment for the poor and more tax revenues for welfare programs. * Unemployment? Invest and grow to bolster aggregate demand and employment. * Inflation? Grow by raising productivity so that more goods will be chased by the same number of dollars and prices will fall. * Balance of payments? Grow more and increase productivity in order to increase exports. Cutting imports is seen only as a short-run stopgap, not a solution. * Pollution and depletion? Grow so we will be rich enough to enough to afford the cost of cleaning up and of discovering new resources and technologies. * War? We must grow to be strong and have both guns and butter. We experience environmental degradation in the form of increased scarcity of clean air, pure water, relaxed moments, etc.
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  • Fall '10
  • PhineasMarshall
  • Economics, carbon emissions, renewable energy platform

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