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Newshound Report

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This report has analyzed Woolworths' case by using course-related concepts, including environmental sustainability, social corporate responsibility and ripple effect

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Ethics Shopping bags Natural environment Biology Woolworths Limited Phase-out of lightweight plastic bags Waste minimisation Sustainable urban planning Mass production Reusable shopping bag Woolworths Supermarkets Woolworths
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Ethics Shopping bags Natural environment Biology Woolworths Limited Phase-out of lightweight plastic bags Waste minimisation Sustainable urban planning Mass production Reusable shopping bag Woolworths Supermarkets Woolworths
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Alternatively, they will offer reusable bags for sale (Slezak, 2017). This decision can be seen as a part of ongoing program for Woolworths to improve the environmental status quo and take social responsibilities seriously. This report will focus first on the potential incentives of this plastic bag policy changing in Woolworths at a sustainable level, then to analysing the main impact carried by this decision on stakeholders, who assist Woolworths in developing its corporate social responsibilities. Finally, the importance of government participation in environmental issues will be discussed further. Initially, sustainable development is one of the determinants for Woolworths group in aligning their organizational strategy in order to improve environmental issues. As Friedman (cited...
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