Trickle-down Sustainability, it could work? Those concerned with the topic of Sustainability may have one day thought “Why don’t bigger companies that want to be more sustainable force the smaller companies that supply them or their contract manufacturers to do so as well? The idea of companies at the top becoming more sustainable and in turn making those in it’s value chain become sustainable as… Read More »The Plausibility of Trickledown Sustainability
The gentle giants whose tasks are sought after-Source: PAMS Foundation “Where and how are conservation and social impact linked?” one may wonder. Social issues involve making decisions on the utilization, accessibility, and sustainability of the earth’s natural resources. This of course includes wildlife. Conservation efforts have always had benefits, which the wider community enjoys, and costs which are most felt by the communities closest to… Read More »Wildlife Conservation as Social Impact
Working with or through a non-profit organization is an excellent way to give back to the community and to help people in need in a systematic and sustainable way. While many of us can instantly think of the largest global NPOs like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Red Cross, or the Open Society Foundations, there are tens of thousands of NPOs operating within… Read More »Things to Consider when Setting up an NPO in Japan
CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility. It’s a term that’s now used commonly enough that most people in the field of business have probably heard it before. And even if this is your first time hearing it, the name itself is quite self-explanatory. Corporate Social Responsibility is the responsibilities that corporations have towards society, and activities that are done in an effort to satisfy them.… Read More »What is CSR?