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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/7/11 Global Social Responsibility and Hard
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3/7/11 Corporate Social Economic Dimensions (Political) Social Dimensions (Cultural) Environmental Aspects (Ethical)
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3/7/11 Sustainable/Sustainabilit y Sustainable: Able to be Maintained Sustainability: Maintaining natural resources without destroying the ecological balance of an area.
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3/7/11 Sustainable Development Development that grows at a rate which the natural environment can assimilate and continue to sustain …. . with the assistance of modern technology Assimilative Capacity includes Air pollution Water contamination levels Waste disposal Effects on wildlife and natural habitat 44
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3/7/11 Sustainable Development Bruntland Report 1967 Rio Summit 1992 Kyoto Protocol 1997 G8 Summit Italy 2009 Copenhagen Climate Change Conference December 2009
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3/7/11 Sustainable World Commission on Environment and Development Our Common Voice , 1987 Bruntland Report Overlapping Crisis Environment Development 66
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3/7/11 ISO 14000 Standards Rio Summit 1992 Management Principles for Environmental Management Systems 1. Recognize that environmental management is one of the highest priorities of any organization. 1. Establish and maintain communication with both internal and external parties 1. Determine legislative requirements and those 77
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3/7/11 ISO 14000 Standards 4. Develop commitment by everyone in the organization to environmental protection and clearly assign responsibilities and accountability 5. Promote environmental planning throughout the life cycle of the product and process 6. Establish a management discipline for achieving targeted performance 88
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3/7/11 ISO 14000 Standards 7. Provide the right resources and sufficient training to achieve performance targets. 8. Evaluate performance against policy, environmental objectives and targets and make improvements wherever possible. 9. Evaluate a process to review, monitor and audit the
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course HFT 4000 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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