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Which Statements are true?
Sustainability is an element of social responsibility, as it aims at maximizing positive and minimizing negative impacts on stakeholders
Sustainability is the potential for long-term well-being of the natural environment, as well as mitually beneficial interactions among nature and indoviduals. Social aspects do not play a role in the concept of sustainability.
Sustainable business practices always create competitive advantage
Industries traditionally considered high in pollution, such as the oil and gas industry, usually are not investing in sustainble products
Farmers cannot keep harvested seed from genetically modified crops, but must purchase them each year from companies such as Bayer, due to the fact that such seeds are...
The UN Sustainable Development Gaols all deal with the technological, economic and social aspects of alternatives energies.
Which of the following is considered a misleading practice related to sustainability?
Designing environmentally friendly buildings
To report sustainability issues, business use more and more..
… the triple bottom line
… environmental, sociald and governance factors (ESG)
… ISO 14000
… green marketing
It is possible to quatify the trade-offs to determine whether to accept or reject environmentally related activities and programs through...
… risk management
… management voting
… board directivies
… legal requirements
… customer input
Which of the following does a cap-and-trade program reduce?
Is this statement true or false?
" Despite the widespread use, the term sustainability has been utilized and interpreted in substantially different ways. Sustainability for some is largely synonymous with environmental sustainability, whereas antoher concept does not only include environmental issues, but also economic and social considerations.