Thursday June 4, 2020

Green gain: how helping the planet can boost your business

Employees and customers are demanding responsible practices from companies, and Business in the Community Ireland says there’s ‘no place to hide’, writes Lorraine Courtney

26th May, 2019
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Critics would rightly say that we are not doing enough to adequately confront issues such as climate change and resource scarcity. But a growing number of Irish companies are taking sustainability on board and tackling everything from supply chain management to carbon emissions reductions.

Every company has some function in making the world a better or worse place, in maintaining or threatening its future sustainability. The way it performs, responsibly or unsocially, is monitored by...

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