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What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)?

Corporate Social Responsibility can be interpreted in two distinct ways:

1. A self-regulating mechanism where a business monitors and ensures compliance with the spirit of the law, ethical standards and international norms.

2. Philanthropy: This often takes the form of monetary donations to charitable organisations.

We at Noble Legal aim to incorporate both forms of social responsibility into our business.

As part of our internal CSR we are accredited Investors in People, the main criterion being adopting an ethical, inclusive management style. We are also very keen to ensure that we contribute to environmental preservation for future generations. As a result we have made a conscious effort to both reduce our carbon footprint with our Ten Point Carbon Reduction Plan (below).

We at Noble Legal are keen that others less fortunate than ourselves should benefit from our continued success and as a result we contribute to several worthy causes (see images below). If you are interested in more information on any of these causes then simply click on the logos below.

Noble Legal Commitment to Carbon Emission Reduction

As well as offsetting our carbon emissions to make ourselves carbon neutral, we firmly believe that carbon offsetting should be complemented by carbon reduction – a genuine effort to reduce one’s carbon footprint shows a real desire to combat climate change. The Noble Legal ’10 Point Plan’ has been devised and agreed by all current and will be agreed with all future staff members. We feel this will dramatically reduce our carbon footprint:

10-Point Plan

  • 1
    All paper is printed on both sides and recycled
  • 2
    All employees commute by public transport
  • 3
    All workstations are fully shut down each night
  • 4
    Low wattage energy saving bulbs
  • 5
    Cycle to Work Scheme
  • 6
    Low energy computer monitors
  • 7
    Recycling printer toner and paper
  • 8
    Octopus Electric Vehicles Salary Sacrifice Scheme
  • 9
    Walking to meetings wherever possible
  • 10

    All consultants work from home 2–5 days/week, reducing carbon footprint

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