Enabling employee participation in EESH management system by recognising their role, and encourage their voluntary participation in activities relating to energy consumption reduction, resource saving and recycling, risk identification and elimination, individual health improvement and so on. 6. Performance evaluation relating to environment, energy, climate change, safety, product and environmental health 7. Serving environment conservation and contribution activity to society through co-operation with local community, as part of fulfilling social responsibility. LG Electronics’ Environmental Product Policy LG Electronics is committed to providing a better experience for its customers, by contributing to environmental protection efforts, and offering green values.
(ALLPAR, 2017) 5.2 Committing to care for the environment As it mentioned above, the company has a great responsibility caring for the environment. Thus, they have developed diverse policies for following to foment this engagement both inside and outside of the company. Therefore, Chrysler has established four relevant principles, which summarize widely the environmental challenges: Protection of the environment during all activities and operations; Accomplish with the environmental legislation; Participation and capacitation of human resources; Compromise for continuous
This goes to show that justice have/has been playing a major role in the Environmental Laws. Environmental Rights are Human Rights too. This means that the environment is our home and all of us as a whole, have to take care of our home. Rooted in human rights this ability serves the purpose of empowering people to advance the fulfilment of substantive rights - fundamental rights necessary to ensure human dignity, such as the right to life, health, food and safe drinking
They make sure that each vision or plan of Ecolab is successful to sustain their vital resources and cooperate with any activities that are presented by Ecolab and gain more profit and attention from across the world. External stakeholders of Ecolab influence the organization by their independent aims and goals for their contribution to Ecolab. 1.) Suppliers – They deliver the highest quality products and services at the most competitive prices. The suppliers also conduct business fairly and ethically, respecting human rights and comply with the rules and regulations.
Lynas (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd should apply the ethics of care towards the society. This is because the society is very valuable people in their business. Lynas is a responsible company that is supposed to save the environment in which we live our lives and use nature wisely without damage to cause destruction. They should be more respect to the environment by abiding with all relevant laws. It is also important for them strive to incorporate environmental considerations within the criteria by which projects, products, processes and purchases are evaluated.
They have committed to the principles of sustainability in their growth model and have taken various steps to help enhancing and conserve natural environment. They believe in creating sustainable solutions to enrich their stakeholder by generating values apart from innovating new product and services to improve quality of life and performance. They have their strong fundamental philosophy of Growth is Energy, Growth is Value, Growth is Happiness, Growth is Life which helps them to shape up their vision towards society. Reliance place sustainable development at the core of their business and aligned their sustainable strategy to their business goals. Their concern for safety, environment, and stakeholders are taken into account during their decision to build and develop projects.
With this, a sustainable community is able to overcome the challenges it faces and remain socially, environmentally, and economically resilient through integrated solutions that do not hinder the goals of others. A community as such also focuses on both the present and the future with a long-term perspective. The notion of sustainable communities arose from the disposition that it is of vital importance, especially when human conditions and local governance is being thought out and deliberated. The construct of a sustainable community is not only limited to a particular type of region, city, town, or neighborhood. It can also refer to a group of people with the same interests, to a localized, or even multi-state regions, consisting of various organizations and ecosystems.
This poses to the policy/decision makers the challenge of unbiased decisions in project development. Although, EIA centres on the mitigation of any harmful environmental impacts that is likely to arise, the impacts on the economic and social status of the people can also be considered making EIA a crucial tool for decision making (Weston 2000).