Showing Posts by Tag: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

With the rise of environmental awareness, global organizations have increasingly been required to attach importance to environmental problems. To face the increasing emphasis on environmental protection from stakeholders, firms make active efforts to involve environmental concern into their corporate landscapes and strategic decision-making processes, in an attempt to go green....

The responsibility of industry towards society and the environment is a much-discussed topic, both in academia and in business. Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) has recently emerged as a new concept with the potential to advance this discourse in light of two major challenges industry...

In the past few decades, many companies have assumed social responsibilities beyond what is legally required of them. This has taken many forms, from local charitable activities to the branding of new socially responsible products and services. Although several companies, mainly large ones, have assumed...

Defense agencies are increasingly identifying the benefits of environmentally benign solutions on multiple types of operations. Energy use, material use, and environmental damage are factors that influence military operations in both the short and the long term. In this paper, we examine the behavior of...

Businesses, investors, and insurers are requiring better quantitative assessments of their exposure to climate risks and their impact on climate change. They are incorporating these assessments in their day-to-day management and long-term investment decisions. Already, there are efforts to develop international guidelines, common policies and...

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been a subject of academic studies for the past few decades. CSR has evolved from executives’ philanthropic activities to become a valuable component of stakeholder management and has been incorporated into strategic performance models. Engagement in CSR behaviours is prevalent across...