EFP Brief No. 91: Government and Corporate Social Responsibility 2020

While corporate social responsibility is increasingly requested in order to respond to current environmental challenges and threats to public health, the ISIS group of the Commissariat Général du Plan of the French Government (“The Plan”) analyses trends in corporate behaviour as well as regulatory principles underlying sustainable development and corporate social responsibility. Beyond this, the ISIS group explores future issues in different sectors in order to illustrate existing junctions and differences. Based on this prospective analysis, ISIS built four strategic scenarios for state intervention to make an inventory of tools to urge enterprises encompassing social and environmental issues in their schemes for economic development.

EFMN Brief No. 91 – Government and Corporate Social Responsibility 2020

Tags: automotive, chemicals, chemistry, climate, construction, consumption, corporate, developing countries, natural resources, recycling, safety, textiles, vehicle, water

Categories: brief, Energy, Environment (including climate change), France, Geography, Health, Nanosciences, nanotechnology, materials, new production technologies, National, Socio-economic sciences and the humanities, Themes, Time Horizon, Transport (including aeronautics), until 2020

Author : Julie Koeltz