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Corporate Social Responsibility

Demand for Greater Disclosure Intensifies

12:02 PM MDT | June 23, 2008 | –Alex Scott with Robert Westervelt

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the chemical industry is entering a new era as the pressure increases for all firms to make their greenhouse gas (GHG) emission data publicly available. Only half of the 30 largest chemical firms publicly report their carbon dioxide (CO2) emission data. Companies need to consider publicly reporting all GHG emissions, industry executives say. “As the public becomes jaded with how ‘green’ companies say they are, firms will have to move from hand waving in the form of public press releases and so forth, to...

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