Csr In Animal Welfare

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2. What is CSR In ISO 26000, the directive on CSR, CSR is seen as the readiness of an organization to take responsibility for the consequences of its activities and decisions on the people, the environment and society and there account over it. (CSR, ISO 26000) One common problem in defining CSR within a company is that the concept of cooperate social responsibility itself goes by many different names. What is called CSR in one organization might be given the label “spiritual capitalism” in another. There are many more terms used for CSR. (McElbaney, 2009) CSR therefore involves finding a balance between the social (people), environmental (planet) and economic (profit) dimensions of entrepreneurship and minimize negative sustainability effects…show more content…
Production animals have been identified and registered, for instance, an infectious animal disease are so the animals and their place of origin to be traced quickly. Animal welfare has many similarities with other CSR themes: The consumer has an indirect impact on the welfare of animals. By purchasing more consumer friendly products ensures that more animals are kept in a responsible manner. More attention to animal welfare can provide opportunities for innovation. We consume more and more animal protein. That combined with the growing population that can lead to increasing pressure on the global ecosystem. The production of meat and dairy puts great pressure on the environment and biodiversity. Opportunities CSR can improve the company's reputation, increasing demand of sustainable products. And the rising demand for animal friendly brands. Also in the local economy is a growing market for animal-friendly products. Like the trend in regional foods (beebox). Animal friendly and sustainable can go together. There will be more and more from government subsidies for the conservation of animal-friendly products. (MDV stables)See below what a MDV stable…show more content…
• As more customers are focused on sustainability, many product innovations will follow them. • Sustainable innovation is also a way to stay ahead of competition. Risks The need to deal with rising (fossil) energy prices when businesses do not want change switch to renewable energy. Many business processes will be more expensive. Due to the price increases of fossil fuels particular, logistics, manufacturing and housing will be expensive. Energy wasting companies can get reputational damage; because of the lack of efficient operations. 3.3 Environment and climate With regard to climate problems the farmer is often in discussion as a producer of greenhouse gases. The emission of greenhouse gases appears to be stabilizing, but no sign of abating. This comes from the natural digestion of the cow that is based on multiple stomachs. To reduce emissions should mainly be considered. (Table 1) to supply reducing grazing can greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but this is contrary to strive for a better well-being. (CSR

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