You can listen to Emma talking about the work undertaken on the social licence project in the second half of this interview.
Emma Borg has written a new blog for Ethical Reading on ‘The purpose of business and the social licence to operate‘.
The research project “A Social Licence for Business” has submitted a response to the “Greening the post-Covid recovery” UK parliamentary Inquiry. The project team supports the Environmental Audit Committee’s work…Read More >
The contributions to this blog series give fascinating perspectives on what a social licence for business should look like in practice. This concluding piece draws some lessons from the contributions….Read More >
There is an old French adage stating that rules and regulations have been created to be by-passed. In this context, “by-passed” means interpreted and/or adapted in the light of the…Read More >
Chances are that we only realise and comprehend the full extent of what we have destroyed for everyone, when all the Truffula Trees are gone. In the famous children’s book…Read More >
Ethical Reading is a social enterprise with a vision that society can be positively transformed by individuals and organisations of all sorts – private, public, third sector with deeply rooted…Read More >
Responsible tax is an outcome of being a responsible business and so is intertwined with how the business operates rather than being a separate “specialist” endeavour. Responsible business, and responsible…Read More >
Emma Borg’s research project “Social licence for business” at the University of Reading will publish a series of blogs on responsible business behaviour next week, starting Monday 23rd November. What…Read More >
The research project “A Social Licence for Business” has submitted a response to the “Tax After Coronavirus” UK Parliamentary Inquiry. The project team supports the Parliamentary Committee’s work to re-examine…Read More >