Green-leadership lessons from Martin Luther King Jr.

01/16/2012 | Grist

Anyone with an interest in the environmental movement should seek to emulate Martin Luther King Jr., writes Lionel Foster. The civil rights leader's clarity of purpose brought people together in a way that should inspire CSR advocates and other greens, Foster writes. "Dr. King would be an environmentalist, but I think he would talk about the natural and man-made worlds in a way that resonates with everyone," he adds.

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