From CSR to the Ladders of Corporate Responsibilities and Sustainability (CRS) Taxonomy
Adeyemi Egbeleke, Patrice Gambardella
The prevalence of Corporate Unsustainability is because businesses and companies practices guided by the “Almighty CSR” are not able to deal with Corporate Responsibilities (CR) performance issues. Corporate Unsustainability contributed to global sustainability problems such as devastation to lives and properties caused by high frequencies of natural disasters occurrences, public health emergencies, food shortages and famine, refuges crises, banking and corporations’ operational failures. These problems are a manifestation of Greenhouse gases effects, environmental damages, and human and economic development inequalities outputs from business enterprises value chains in reality. We have no Planet B, and these problems are already threatening the existence of planet earth we all share. This book offers the Ladders of Corporate Responsibilities and Sustainability (CRS) Taxonomy as the business –society relationships transformative pathway from Brown (pollution) economy to a Green economy, the sustainable future we want. From CSR to the Ladders of Corporate Responsibilities and Sustainability (CRS) Taxonomy book is recommended to public organizations and business enterprises managers and leaders, academics, students and other individuals interested in the general knowledge of corporate responsibilities and sustainability.