Analysis of Sustainable Development 2008 report of PT Holcim indonesia Tbk Based on Indicator Protocols of Global Reporting Initiative and Key Performance Indicators of Cement Sustainability Initiative
TheÂ existenceÂ of companyÂ willÂ giveÂ bothÂ goodÂ impactÂ andÂ badÂ impact. ForÂ theÂ goodÂ impact,Â companyÂ canÂ beÂ aÂ toolÂ toÂ helpÂ societyÂ toÂ fulfillÂ their necessity.Â In twentieth century, myriad of industrial company give bad impact on their existence.Â TheyÂ donâ€™tÂ careÂ withÂ naturalÂ resourcesÂ theyÂ useÂ toÂ provide something toÂ consumersÂ or don't consider employee,Â environment,Â consumers, or community asÂ significant thing to sustain their business.Â The companies just takeÂ naturalÂ resourcesÂ asÂ manyÂ asÂ theyÂ needÂ to Â processÂ forÂ theirÂ economic activitiesÂ withoutÂ doing anything toÂ keep or makeÂ renewableÂ naturalÂ resources. AsÂ for environment,Â there areÂ many environmentalÂ destructionÂ happening since theÂ companiesÂ neglectÂ theirÂ surroundings.Â They only care for their own benefit.As a result, from the economic activities, companies provide externalities (GrayÂ etÂ al,Â 1996,Â pg.Â 1)Â -Â Â consequencesÂ of economicÂ activityÂ whichÂ areÂ not reflected the cost borne by the individual or organization enjoying the benefit of theÂ activity)Â asÂ impactÂ ofÂ theirÂ activities.Â Many externalities make society affected by the impact.Â SocietyÂ claimsÂ toÂ getÂ theÂ companiesÂ contributeÂ to surroundingÂ environmentÂ whereÂ theÂ companiesÂ areÂ established.Â Many cases show that the existence of company can make environmental destruction.Â For example:Â PT.Â LapindoÂ BrantasÂ onÂ theirÂ caseÂ of hotÂ mud.Â The other cases are Newmont Minahasa Raya on Buyat Bay and PT.Â Freeport on Papua.
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