Environmental policy and CSR: How climate change is interpreted in CSR reports of Greek companies
Theodore Metaxas () and
Maria Tsavdaridou ()
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The environmental policy and Corporate Social Responsibility are two notions of high importance for enterprises and nations. Numerous pages have been written about the environmental policy of companies in their CSR reports. Whether it concerns to raise environmental awareness among their employees or local communities or to give in detail their environmental footprint at the end of the story it is about giving proofs of their environmental policy. Climate change is among the topics of CSR reports and is under examination in this paper. A case study analysis will be applied in order to present how climate change is interpreted in the CSR reports of Greek companies from the petroleum refining industry.
Keywords: CSR; CSR reports; climate chande; environmental policy; content analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M10 M12 M14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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