Csr Vs Sustainability Case Study

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CSR vs. Sustainability Corporate Social Responsibility is the business’ responsibility to be ethical and considerate of their community, and does not necessarily beset sustainability. Sustainable organizations ensure that relevant sustainability issues are understood and addressed. Common Sustainable Issues Abuse or Inhumane Treatment Physical or verbal abuse, sexual harassment, or other advances of any kind in the work place. Air Pollution Dust, smog, gases from industrial plants and motor exhaust fumes affect the quality of life and may damage human health and the environment. Biodiversity This abundance and variety of plants and animals that exist throughout the world. Bribery and Corruption The act of offering, payment, soliciting or accepting bribes or substantial favors of any form to influence organizational relationships or contracts. Child Labor This is where organizations are recruiting or using children as labor. The Philippine Program Against Child Labor works to change and improve lives of child laborers, their families, and communities, towards their sense of self worth and growth. The PPACL works towards the avoidance and total…show more content…
This has caused an alarm to the United Nations and International Human Rights. Poverty “Poverty is hunger. Poverty is lack of shelter. Poverty is being sick and not being able to see a doctor. Poverty is not having access to school and not knowing how to read. Poverty is not having a job, is fear for the future, living one day at a time.” (World Bank Organization) Recycling Recycling helps the environment by reducing the amount of virgin material extracted from the earth and by decreasing the amount of energy used to process and manufacture new products. A sustainable society minimizes, reuses, and recovers waste through recycling. Road Traffic and

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