Aland development company purchases several acres of land adjacent to a wildlife reserve. it plans to build a new community, complete with shops and schools. green sands, a local environmental group, complains that the company's proposed building methods will disrupt the area's ecological balance. the company wants to respect the local ecology but also wants to build its development. the company decides to schedule a meeting with green sands's representatives to make choices about the property that are agreeable to both sides. which strategy would be most effective in this situation?
A case of corporate social responsibility for the environment.
Note that the proposed buildings would be close to a wild life reserve.
The company took the right step inorder to fulfill its responsibility to preserve and protect the environment (wild life reserve) by scheduling a meeting with Green Sands's representatives to make choices about the property that are agreeable to both sides.