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Responsible Business sits as the third pillar of Chamber vision project, BCCJ 5.0. At the BCCJ, we recognise the growing importance of applying business activities in a manner that considerate of economic, social and environmental benefits for all stakeholders. By operating in a way that promotes all-round progressive, sustainable development, not only do organisations appeal more to consumers, but also in attracting and retaining employees.
Responsible Businessは、BCCJの展望的な計画であるBCCJ5.0を支える3つの柱のうちの一つです。 BCCJは、すべての事業関係者にとって、経済的、社会的、環境的利益に配慮した方法で事業活動を行うことの重要性が高まっていることを認識しています。全面的に進歩的で持続可能な事業を行うことが、消費者に対する訴求だけではなく、従業員の雇用や定着にも繋がります。
Meet the BCCJ Responsible Business taskforce
The BCCJ’s Responsible Business taskforce is responsible for driving the Chamber’s Responsible Business programme.
- Raising awareness and inspire action towards responsible business practice through thought leadership, knowledge sharing and networking events
- Building a programme of practical collaborative action and innovation
- Working with BCCJ members to promote, support and inspire progressive change
COP 26 – Climate Leadership
Many believe this event to be the world’s last best chance to get runaway climate change under control. For nearly three decades the UN has been bringing together almost every country on earth for global climate summits – called COPs – which stands for ‘Conference of the Parties’. In that time climate change has gone from being a fringe issue to a global priority. In a digital age where there is so much information available online, and too many high-quality events and initiatives coming up to miss, the Chamber has compiled a list of some upcoming non-BCCJ events that may be of interest, surrounding the theme of COP26 and responsible business.
COVID-19 and Responsible Business
The COVID-19 crisis has impacted the economy, people and the planet. Adopting a responsible business conduct approach in government and business responses to the crisis will generate short and long-term benefits such as increased resilience, a fairer and more inclusive distribution of benefits from recovery measures, and a stronger contribution to sustainable development. This page highlights some of the responsible business measures and initiatives BCCJ members are adopting in the fight against COVID-19.