A new global business ranking – the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations – was launched at the recent meeting in Davos, Switzerland of the corporate friendly World Economic Forum. Topping the list of "Sustainable Corporations" were Toyota, Alcoa and BP. The companies have distinguished themselves through their “ability to profit from recognising new environmental and social markets,” the list’s organizers said. Meanwhile down the slope from WEF, the Public Eye on Davos conference, which meets every year to provide a critique of the neoliberal globalization promoted by WEF, awarded its prize for "most blatant case of corporate irresponsibility" to Nestle. The Swiss food and beverages company was criticized for labor conflicts in Colombia and for its aggressive marketing methods for baby food, which jeopardize breastfeeding.
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