An exploratory study of Carroll’s Four Part model of Corporate Social Responsibility in the UK Banking Sector

The following post has two assignments namely;

1.An exploratory study of Carroll’s Four Part model of Corporate Social Responsibility in the UK Banking Sector

Introduce Carroll’s 4 part model of corporate social
responsibility in the UK banking sector- This study will analyse the application of
corporate social responsibility in the banking sector and explore the views and
motivation for such practices. Other relevant theories based on corporate social
responsibility will also be addressed.

2.Coastal management

Two thirds of the world’s population live within a few kilometres of the coast, according to the UK National Ecosystem Assessment more than 250 million visits are made to the UK’s coast per year. Valuing seaside tourism at £17 billion in 2014 however, the coastline is extremely vulnerable to coastal recession due to; storms surges, erosion, deposition as well as sea-level change. Given its socio-economic importance it is to be carefully considered what methods we utilise to manage the coastline ensuring that we can make use of its benefits whilst preserving its natural beauty and processes.

Hard engineering plays a critical role in the prevention of coastal recession, this investigation aims to assess the socio-economic impacts of hard engineering in the prevention of coastal recession by answering the following;

Do the benefits of hard sea defences outweigh the costs?

What are the main social problems/concerns faced by coastal communities, due to the implementation of hard engineering?