Basic knowledge about the relationship between corporate sustainability and financial performance is of practical significance for private sector decisions and strategies and provides an objective basis for political discourse.
To be sustainable, agriculture must meet the product and service needs of current and future generations while ensuring profitability, environmental health, and social and economic equity. The global transition to sustainable food and agriculture systems requires major improvements in resource efficiency, environmental protection, and resilience. Sustainable agriculture requires a global governance that promotes food security in trade agreements and policies and promotes and protects local and regional agrifood markets.
Development of a management tool with an approach that takes into account the current sustainability achievements of a company as well as its potential to maintain future sustainability performance and remedy deficiencies in the existing principles.
Our research in Business Ethics aims to investigate the reasons why ethics of innovative entrepreneurship is hardly associated with sustainability.