To me it seems perfectly logical that Capitalism would evolve into a form of ethical interaction between traders, sellers, buyers and the environment. This is because, logically again, Capitalism tends to be supported by the consumer and, furthermore, the consumer's lifeline is the environment. It would appear to be the best course for Capitalism to not only preserve the environment in which its consumer lives in order to ensure the healthy future spending and functioning of capitalism's consumer base but to also preserve relationships with trading partners. In this sense, do we see the capitalist system developing in that direction? There are Canadian examples of this sort of development but other, international examples of Ethical Capitalism would be helpful in this thread.