The days of “optional” corporate social responsibility are numbered.
That was the message driven home by several speakers who expect a ballooning world population and limited resources to force governments, companies and industry trade groups to enact more stringent standards regarding everything from labor practices and work environments to land and water use and material utilization. Until recently, much in the broad area of CSR has been motivated by companies’ consciences and those of their customers.
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