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Research Article

Academia Journal of Environmental Sciences 1(1): 018-024, January 2013
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15413/ajes.2013.0107

ISSN: 2315-778X
2013 Academia Publishing

 

 

 

Abstract

 

Paradigm shift from cooperate social responsibility (CSR) to cooperate social investment (CSI): A necessity for environmental sustainability in Nigeria

 

Accepted 23rd December, 2012

 

Egun Nkonyeasua Kingsley

Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Benin, Benin, Edo State, Nigeria.

Author’s. E-mail: kenegun@yahoo.com., Tel: +2347032157045.

 

The practice of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) has been a highly cotemporary and contextual issue to all stakeholders including the government, the corporate organization itself, and the general public in Nigeria.  This paper attempts to discuss the interdependence among the environment, organisation and sustainable development and the need for a shift from Corporate Social Responsibility to Corporate Social Investment (CSI) for environmental sustainability with focus on waste management. As organisations must not merely produce products and services to satisfy their numerous clients, they must also produce actions that will ensure the protection of the environment. It is also anticipated to add to the body of knowledge CSI especially as it relates to effective solid waste reduction and environmental sustainability in Nigeria and developing economies. 

 

Key words: Corporate social responsibility, corporate social investment, environmental sustainability, solid waste management, Nigeria.

 

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Cite this article as:
Kingsley EN (2013). Paradigm shift from cooperate social responsibility (CSR) to cooperate social investment (CSI): A necessity for environmental sustainability in Nigeria. Acad. J. Environ. Sci. 1(1): 018-024.


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