Anita Roddick (born 1942, died 2007) was
- a founder of the Body Shop
- Advisory Council, Demos
- Advisory Board, Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions 
- Campaigner against corporate globalization / unfair trade. 
- Former Trustee, Peace Direct 
- Winner of the 1993 Audubon Medal
Roddick publicly supported the Greenpeace-backed boycott of Exxon Mobil over the company's opposition to the Kyoto Protocol on climate change and its failure to invest in renewable energy sources.  Her daughter is Sam Roddick and her husband was Gordon Roddick.
Other Affiliations 
- 1984 - present - The Body Shop International Plc
- 1989 - present - The Body Shop Foundation
- 1994 - 2001 - Mother Jones Magazine - Foundation for National Progress, USA
- 1996 - 1997 - Human Rights Watch, USA
- 1999 - present - The Ruckus Society, USA
- 2003 - present - Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, USA
- 1991 - present - Schumacher College for Human Scale Education
- 1994 - present - Association for Creation Spirituality
- 1996 - present - Body and Soul (women & families with HIV and AIDS)
- 1998 - present - EMMA (Ethnic Minority Media Awards)
- 2002 - present - Findhorn Foundation College
- 2002 - present - My Acre Of Africa, South Africa
- Press release, "Dame Anita Roddick questions effectiveness of Corporate Social Responsibility in online video," Big Picture TV via SourceWire PR, March 22, 2007.
- Jon Entine, "Queen of Green Roddick's 'unfair trade' started when she copied Body Shop formula," Daily Mail (UK), September 15, 2007.
- John Entine, "Let them eat Brazil nuts:The rainforest harvest and other myths of green marketing," Dollars and Sense, March/April 1996.
- John Entine, "Shattered Image: Is the Body Shop too good to be true?" Business Ethics, September/October 1994.
- Stephen Corry, "The Rainforest harvest: Who reaps the benefit?", The Ecologist, July/August 1993.
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