Monday, April 03, 2006

Corporate Sustainability Management
Corporate shareholders and others affected
by commerce around the world are increasingly
calling for businesses to be more accountable
for their social and environmental behaviors.
Thus, the sustainability of a company is now

often expressed in terms of its social and environmental impacts, and the extent to which it manages to avoid doing damage on either front. This is arguably what the new field of Corporate Social Responsibility, or CSR, is all about, at least insofar as the social side of the issue is concerned.


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