I need help answering a couple questions regarding the BP spill in 2010.
Why is the spill considered corporate social responsibility?
Which stakeholders were affected by the spill and how? What's BP's responsibility to the environment?
How will this crisis help BP create a strategic plan?
The BP's spill is considered corporate social responsibility because the BP corporate structure is responsible for all actions of BP, and this includes actions that are accidental as well as detrimental to the environment. BP is responsible for the oil spill that occurred in 2010, and as such is responsible to society for the harm that was caused as a result of this spill, as well as the harm that was done to the social and economic structure of the region that was affected by this spill, and is hence socially responsible for the immediate ...