Environment and business relations in Urban SMEs- A study on Mirpur Benarashi Palli
AuthorMortuza, Khaled Golam
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The concept of environmentally responsible business has the intention of promoting conscious involvement by the individual business clusters in developing and maintaining guidelines relating to environmental development issues and also promoting dialogue designed to strengthen the environmental aspects of laws and frameworks. Bearing this in mind, this study was designed to understand how an individual SME value their business strategy within an environmentally responsible business arrangement. The study location was in Mirpur Benarashi Palli areas, where there subsist a large number of urban SMEs involving the Benarashi Shari manufacturing activities. Environmental assessments were done based on standard EIA procedures. Findings require wider facilitating consultation services to improve environmental performances as these small business managers do not have sufficient access to information concerning environmental management and many do not have the capital or the expertise to undertake the sort of these approaches. This is considered necessary as because, environmentalism is all about prevention and enhancement of the physical environment and has a primary influence on societies overall development initiatives.