Mr. Kritkausky discusses the need for creation of global standards of corporate social responsibility, and the assistance of small and medium-sized enterprises in Vermont and China in developing sustainable marketing strategies and viable positions in the value chain as they seek to become more environmentally and socially sustainable. He has directed ECOLOGIA research on China's "socially responsible" entrepreneurs, a hopeful and neglected business subculture in China, and talks about the need for socially responsible business practices worldwide.
Randy Kritkausky is the founder and President of ECOLOGIA (www.ecologia.org), an international non-profit organization promoting sustainable development. He is a Research Scholar in Environmental Studies at Middlebury College and is active in Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, the largest such organization in the United States.
Howard E. Woodin colloquium lecture series Corporate social responsibility speaker series
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