Sustainability | Should sustainable business be a joint responsibility?

Should sustainable business be a joint responsibility?

Over the past few months, sustainability has been a hotbed for many employers.

With new research from think tank Autonomy indicating that Brits should work nine-hour weeks to stall more than 2C of global warming and contribute towards saving the planet, employers should not rest on their laurels when it comes to practising responsible business. For this reason, organisations have become increasingly concerned by influence of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and how this can not only better business but make them more environmentally friendly.

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