Economic Responsibility

Economic responsibility is one of the three pillars of CSR and Sustainable Development in corporations and nonprofits. Corporate economic responsibility is more relevant than ever to companies, NGOs, and institutions in the current context of socioeconomic inequality and business ethics. Today, proper and economic management of operations and societal risks, as part of Corporate Social Responsibility, is essential for the sustainable and competitive development of organizations, companies, and NGOs. Our increasingly demanding consumption in our local economies as well as the world economy is putting pressure on firms to function both profitably and sustainably, but ethical and transparent governance with CSR is not out of reach...

Economic and social development, responsible governance, business ethics, socially responsible investment (SRI), stakeholder dialogue, sponsorships and donations, NGO-business partnership, responsible purchasing... In this category, find out about economic responsibility news in relation to corporate social responsibility of companies, nonprofits, and institutions. Discover also examples of economic responsibility, commitment, and approaches of organizations in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Greenwashing definition – What is greenwashing?

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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What is greenwashing? What are the most typical examples of greenwashing? A brief article to help you not be greenwashed. Definition of greenwashing Greenwashing is a communication and marketing strategy adopted by companies or other organizations. It consists in putting forward ecological arguments in order to forge an ecologically responsible image among the public. Nevertheless, the reality of the facts does…

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Renewable energy: definition, examples, benefits and limitations

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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What is renewable energy? Which are the best examples of renewable energies in the world? What are their advantages and disadvantages? How is renewable energy having an impact on the world in terms of employment and new jobs? Definition of renewable energies Renewable energies (or renewables) are ways to generate energy from (theoretically) unlimited natural resources. These resources are either available…

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Ecological Christmas: are natural trees more eco-friendly than artificial trees?

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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Did you ever wonder about the ecological impact of your Christmas tree? Is it more sustainable to buy an artificial tree or a natural tree? In the U.S most people prefer natural trees but is this the best choice for the environment? Let’s find out. Christmas trees – an easy choice? Throughout the years, Americans have favored putting their presents under…

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Are Avocados Sustainable? What Are The Consequences Of Avocado Production?

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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Avocados became the latest trend in the Western World’s diet. Apart from their tasty flavor, they have many benefits for our health and well-being. But producing them in industrial numbers is harming the environment and local populations. We have set a high demand for avocados. Let’s go deeper into what’s happening around the supply. Why Are Avocados So Popular? What Are…

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World Diabetes Day: how can exercising and healthy diets prevent it?

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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Diabetes is a cause of premature death and disability that affects over 1,5 million people worldwide. We’ve analyzed some statistics about the decrease in the practice of sports and the increase in the use of technology gadgets and in sugar production in an attempt to explain why the number of people with diabetes has been growing. The results are quite surprising.…

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The Top 100 Companies With The Best CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Reputation

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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[box] NEW ARTICLE: Discover The New 2019 Ranking Of The Companies With The Best CSR Reputation. [/box] Global CR RepTrak 100 is a global survey that ranks global companies based on their corporate social responsibility (CSR) reputation. In late 2018 it collected the opinion of over 230,000 people from the general public across the 15 largest economies. Let’s take a look…

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ISO 9001 Standards & CSR – Definition

par André Gonçalves André Gonçalves

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What is the meaning and definition of the ISO 9001 standards? What are its objectives, principles and benefits? e-CSR decrypts it. What is the definition and meaning of the ISO 9001 standards? The ISO 9001 standards are part of the ISO 9000 family of standards published by the International Organization for Standardization. Specifically, the ISO 9001 defines, for any company or…

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Towards a more inclusive digital world

par Antoine De Clerck Antoine De Clerck

Orange Group is a signatory of the National Digital Inclusion Strategy charter presented on 13 September in Nantes by Mounir Mahjoubi, the French Secretary of State for Digital Affairs. Among other things, Orange will provide financial support to contribute to the launch of the system of digital passes being promoted under the national plan, so as to reach new audiences through…

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Territorial management for the Bonduelle CSR Strategy

par Carine Gonçalves Carine Gonçalves

Bonduelle’s agricultural and food industry business covers vast land areas and requires the significant availability of natural resources such as plants, water, and energy. The Bonduelle Group has always paid special attention to the land areas it works with, which are also often the agricultural basins that are essential to the continuity of its business. It is important for the Group…

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The Louis Bonduelle Foundation: Carrying out practical measures to promote sustainable eating habits

par Laurence Depezay Laurence Depezay

As a specialist in vegetable products, the Bonduelle Group has a particularly relevant and significant role to play when it comes to dietary matters. Without a doubt, the future of food will revolve around culturally appropriate food systems (as our dietary behavior is inextricably linked to our culture) that help to protect the environment (as the environment and food are entirely…

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