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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an idea that corporations have to consider the interests of customers, employees, shareholders, communities, and ecological considerations in all
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green@work : Magazine : Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept that organizations and mostly corporations, have an obligation to consider the interests of customers, employees, shareholders, communities, and ecological considerations in all aspects of their operations. This obligation is seen to extend beyond their statutory obligation to comply with legislation.

CSR is closely linked with the principles of Sustainable Development, which argues that enterprises should make decisions based not only on financial factors such as profits or dividends, but also based on the immediate and long-term social and environmental consequences of their activities.



Articles That Relate to CSR

CSR: A Logical Step Toward Sustainability
SERA Architects in Portland, Ore., is an example of a company that not only emphasizes sustainability—it won't settle for anything less.
by Lisa Laitinen

CSR: Traveling Green
The hospitality industry is focusing more on reducing its environmental footprint, and discovering that comfort does not have to be compromised to go green. by Stephanie Hanson

CSR: Reaching the Tipping Point
The Lifeworth Review of CSR developments in 2006 fuses two popular concepts on social beliefs and change to promote personal, corporate and societal transformation.
by Bill Baue

CSR: The Hidden Benefits in the Forest
When considering forest-based products, corporate managers must think about environmental and social aspects, and ask six basic questions before purchase.
by Ruth Noguerón

 

You can find more corporate social responsibility articles in our back issues.


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