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    Environmental Racism and Environmental Justice Environmental Racism and Environmental justice is one of the biggest global issues that the world has facing and dealing with and critically hits the world as a result inconsistency implementation from the government. It has many issues that out of control and unprecedented and discriminating in the process. the government hasn’t want to stabilizing the issues and environmental discrimination, and environmental policy making are one of the top critically

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    Jennifer Manfredi INRI 1015 4/18/15 Environmental Issues One of the greatest things which is being talked about presently is the growing concerns of scientists, environmentalists, and people of this planet when it comes to environmental issues. Environmental issues is something that is discussed frequently in the news, in politics, and in classrooms around the world. More and more we are becoming informed and aware of the current and ever facing environmental crises that are taking place around

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    Environmental justice is a term coined in the United States that usually deals with two different things. One is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. The other is a mixed body of social science literature pertaining to anything from environmental laws to political ecology. Primarily based around the concept

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    Introduction Environmental damage that is caused by just one individual is exclusively minor which causes it to be unnoticed, whereas a major group of people, such as a large corporation harming the environment at once causes major harm to society. More than a century of industrial development has caused negative environmental impacts such as global warming, ozone depletion, and air and water pollution. These are recognized as global environmental problems that need immediate solutions. Climate change

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    Environmental Factors

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    Environmental factors can play a major part in a company's marketing plan. Environmental factors can include social, ecological, political, cultural, technological, and ethical issues. PepsiCo can face all these issues because they are a global company. Many of these issues can affect PepsiCo's marketing plan even in different areas of the United States. Larger environmental factors affect the way they market globally with different factors having to be considered in each area of the world. A company

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    Environmental Ethics

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    Environmental challenges as business opportunity I. INTRODUCTION “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed.” - Mahatma Gandhi The above quote rightly points out the role of environment for the mankind and the responsibility we need to shoulder for its sustenance. We've come a long way in recognizing that and now almost every business has a statute of doing something good for the environment as part of their CSR initiative. But companies who think of the environment

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    Environmental Pollutions

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    Depending on your environmental standpoint, the market could be the solution to our environmental problems or it could be what is causing them. Using a market approach to solve environmental problems means employing tactics such as green taxes, green consumption, offsetting, cap and trade policies, double dividends, and fixing how subsidies are distributed. Green taxes help companies to pay for the true cost of their activities, “Pollution taxes or green taxes have been called ‘corrective taxes’

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    (FDI). “ (Shahbaz et al., 2015). Although globalization is thought to have many positive aspects because it assists in providing economic growth and value to a country there are also a variety of concerns. Globalization has the power to result in environmental consequences because of the need to continuously increase production. Thus, globalization has changed “the relationship between the community, the state and the economy” and also the relationship between the environment (Shiva, 2015, p. 2). As

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    What is an Environmental Audit Environmental auditing is a systematic, documented, periodic and objective process in assessing an organization 's activities and services in relation to: • Assessing compliance with relevant statutory and internal requirements • Facilitating management control of environmental practices • Promoting good environmental management • Maintaining credibility with the public • Raising staff awareness and enforcing commitment to departmental environmental

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    Environmental inequality, contrary to what we may imagine, is a social and political problem rather than a simple environmental problem. Environmental inequalities are deeply tangled with political, economic structures and institutions; adding more problems to the social inequalities that already affect our daily lives (Brehm, 2013). So, what exactly is environmental inequality? It refers to the fact that low-income people and people of color are disproportionately likely to experience various environmental

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