Sustainable, inclusive development

20th September, 2015
Electric Ireland: Winner of Excellence in CSR Communication Award for Darkness into Light. From left: Ian Talbot, chief executive of Chambers Ireland; Nicola O’Leary, senior sponsorship and PR professional, Electric Ireland; Minister Alan Kelly TD, Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government

The principles of social responsibility state that, individually and collectively, we have an obligation to act for everyone’s benefit, writes Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Alan Kelly TD.

By applying to social, environmental and other challenges, the qualities that deliver commercial success, businesses can create new market opportunities and still contribute to sustainable economic development.

Whether in business or not, none of us operates in isolation. To benefit society, we...

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