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Read the following articles about the water pollution crisis in Flint, Michigan:
• Article 1- Bernstein, L., & Dennis, B. (2016, July 29). Six Michigan employees charged with misconduct in Flint water crisis. The Washington Post. Retrieved from the Regional Business News (Ebsco) database in the CEC Library.
• Article 2- Cama, T. (2016, March 24). Michigan task force blames state government for Flint water crisis. The Hill, 23(30), 13. Retrieved from the Masterfile (Ebsco) database in the CEC Library.
• Article 3- CNN Library. (2017, February 2). Flint water crisis fast facts.
• Article 4- Snyder, B. (2016). Michigan's governor just apologized for the Flint water crisis.
• Article 5- Thompson, B. (2016, April 20). Michigan judge authorizes first round of criminal charges in Flint water crisis. Christian Science Monitor, n.p. Retrieved from the Academic Search Premier (Ebsco) database in the CEC Library.
• Article 6- The United States: Remarks by the president after meeting with federal responders on the Flint, Michigan water crisis-food bank of Eastern Michigan-Flint, Michigan. (2016, May 06). Asia News Monitor. Bangkok, Thailand. Retrieved from the ABI Inform Collection (Proquest) database in the CEC Library.
Complete the following:
• Put together an action plan that will help improve its corporate social responsibility efforts and pay more attention to environmental ethics.
• In your action plan, do the following:
o Identify all of the stakeholders in the water crisis, and list specific steps the city leadership can take to improve their image and restore public trust.
• Apply corporate social responsibility and environmental ethics in your paper.
Your paper must be in APA format.
Please submit your assignment.
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• Define the following ethical concepts and theories: virtue ethics, Kant's Categorical Imperative, ethical relativism, utilitarianism, corporate social responsibility, and social contract theory.
• Identify and defend moral and ethical theories to ethical case studies and current events.
• Solve ethical dilemmas from case studies and current events using moral and ethical theories.
• Identify ethical quandaries regarding government involvement and laws impacting organizations' day-to-day operations and business decisions.
• Identify ethical theories such as relativism, utilitarianism, and social contract theory.
• Discuss ethical dilemmas in the workplace, cultural scenarios, private, and public sectors.
• Identify ethical issues from case studies and current events using moral and ethical theories.