With the advancements in science and technology, human beings have conquered space, launched satellites, and developed the Internet, leading to the integration of countries, enterprises, and cultures. However, under the impact of globalization, the decision-making capabilities of governments and the influences of enterprises and cultures are severely tested due to information transparency. Sustainable business is the pursuit of long-lasting value, and traditional beliefs and concepts must be integrated into the business model to achieve sustainability.
Enterprises are the lifeline of a country’s economic development, but natural resources and the environment are often excessively exploited, leading to ecological risks. Therefore, multinational corporations are increasingly called upon to shoulder environmental and social responsibilities. Yes-Sun Co., Ltd. has created the vision of “Resource Recycling” and made enterprise culture value based on “Technology & Innovation”. Yes-Sun integrates research results to develop commercial products meeting market needs and promotes new technologies through interaction with other parties, thus enabling more people to treat the natural environment properly and safeguard their responsibility for social morals.
The world is at a turning point of business condition changes due to natural ecology damage and environmental pollution. The enterprises have greater social responsibilities and must create new business operation rules to depart from traditional values. Governments, enterprises, and civilian communities must work together to find a development strategy for human existence in harmony with the environmental ecology. Yes-Sun’s “Composting-free Technology®” can help strike a balance between economic development and environmental protection, and discarding the economic development myth of self-restriction in a zero-sum game.
It is irresponsible to obtain interests by wasting natural resources or achieve economic growth through environmental damage. Governments, enterprises, and civilian communities must work together to make more concrete contributions to environmental protection and fulfill their responsibility as part of the world.