Subject: TJ807-830 | training and development | TD194-195 | Renewable energy sources | GE1-350 | Environmental sciences | corporate social responsibility | qualitative research | Environmental effects of industries and plants | 005 Vadyba / Management
Current corporations are subject to stringent requirements in terms of sustainable development; however, a relevant problem is highlighted on the basis of the studies conducted. On the one hand, corporations experience greater or lesser pressure, while on the other hand... View more
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