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Some observers have questioned whether the (Principle of the Law of Sustainable Development) principle of common but differentiated responsibilities (CBDR) promotes environmental justice or contravenes environmental justice. Make an argument in favor of either of these viewpoints. What changes in CBDR may be anticipated and how would they affect the environmental justice equation?

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Some observers have questioned whether the (Principle of the Law of Sustainable Development) principle of common but differentiated responsibilities (CBDR) promotes environmental justice or contravenes environmental justice. Make an argument in favor of either of these viewpoints. What changes in CBDR may be anticipated and how would they affect the environmental justice equation?

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· Create a fictitious organization that exemplifies business ethics.
· Write a paper in which you explain the organization's ethics programs and overall ethical environment. Address the following in your examination:

o Describe current moral and ethical issues faced by the organization.
o Explain how the fictitious company deals with the relationship between ethics, morality, and social issues in the legal environment.
o Evaluate the organization's ethics program based on the code of ethics, training, monitoring, and enforcement.
o Consider the following questions:

· Code of ethics

o Does a formal code of ethics exist?
o What topics are included in the code of ethics?
o How is the code distributed and used?
o Is the code reinforced in reward and decision-making systems?

· Training

o Is ethics emphasized to recruits and new employees?
o How are employees and managers oriented to an organization's values?
o Are managers trained in ethical decision-making?
o What ethics training exists for employees?

· Monitoring

o How are ethics and integrity measured throughout the organization?
o Are whistle-blowers encouraged? If so, how?
o Does a language exist that allows employees and managers to openly discuss ethical situations?
o What ethical considerations are incorporated into planning and policy-making at the organization?

· Enforcement

o How do managers enforce ethics?
o How are ethics enforced by the organization? How is unethical behavior dealt with?

· Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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