THE FINNISH Energy Industries Federation has published guidelines on how to improve corporate social responsibility in its sector. The European Commission said that the paper was of particular relevance to the nuclear industry, as four reactors supply 30 per cent of the country's electricity, a figure set to grow because of the approval of a new reactor by Finland's parliament this year. The guide lays down a three-pillar model for sustainable development, dividing corporate responsibility into economic, environmental and social components. ...

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