The recession seems to be bringing critics of corporate responsibility out of the woodwork. Recent media coverage has dismissed corporate responsibility as everything from "hot air" to "unsustainability." A column in the Financial Times, in particular, made this disparaging remark, "Thank goodness, now the recession’s here we can forget all that nonsense about corporate social responsibility (CSR) and get back to trying to make some money." Diane Osgood, VP of CSR Strategy for BSR, shares a compelling counterargument to these antiquated claims on the BSR blog. Read her commentary here.