Research on Corporate Environmental Responsibility in China


Author(s): Wang Hong

Pp: 1-15 (15)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681086477118010003


The global environmental crisis has caused growing attention worldwide. The hot issue of climate change is one of the most serious issues. “Research on CER in China” is of great importance for the enterprises to maintain sustainable development for the government to control environmental deterioration and for the public to attend harmonious society. System and Dialectical Science (SDS) is the perspective of this research. With the basic views of systematic point, progressive point and time and space point, and the basic rules of the organization emerging-law and difference cooperating law help us study Corporate Environmental Responsibility (CER) in a more comprehensive and dynamic manner. There are 10 chapters in this book. Based on the literature review, this research tries to analyze the element, structure and function of CER in China. After the in-depth discussion of environmental pollution and responsibility in China, it focuses on the systematic method and makes empirical analysis of CER in 30 Chinese enterprises. Finally, it puts forward the suggestions for CER improvement in China. The research methodology includes historical analysis, comparative analysis and empirical analysis. The questionnaire investigation and environmental performance of 30 heterogeneous enterprises have been analyzed, the ranking of 30 enterprises was obtained and an important reference for the evaluation index of the enterprise environmental responsibility was put forward. To establish the trinity of government, business and the public set up, collaboration will be the countermeasure. As an essential aspect of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), CER is expected to make further improvement in the future.

Keywords: China, Corporate Environmental Responsibility (CER), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Environment, Sustainable development, System and Dialectical Science (SDS).

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