Nast created two lists the Green 11 roster of good guys and the Toxic 10 list

Nast created two lists the green 11 roster of good

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Nast created two lists: the “Green 11 roster of good guys” and the “Toxic 10” list of offenders that could be doing more to help the environment. Review Condé Nast’s findings in its article “The Toxic Ten” (at 02/19/10-Worst-Corporate-Polluters ). Select one of the companies spotlighted. Go to that company’s Web site and read about its environmental efforts. Then answer the following questions: Based on the information provided in the Condé Nast article and on your selected company’s Web site, how would you rate the company’s environmental initiatives? Do the statements on the company’s Web site mesh with the criticism voiced by Condé Nast? In your opinion, does the company deserve to be on Condé Nast’s “Toxic 10” list? Why, or why not? Why does the company promote its environmental efforts? Is this promotion effective? Chapter 2 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 2.6 Environmentalism 103
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2.7 Stages of Corporate Responsibility LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1.List the stages of corporate responsibility.
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1. Defensive . When companies are first criticized over some problem or issue, they tend to take a defensive, often legalistic stance. They reject allegations of wrongdoing and refuse to take responsibility, arguing that fixing the problem or addressing the issue isn’t their job.
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