A theoretical review to diagnose the best environmental conservation practices and the elements for their activation: a strategic perspective and a proposed model

Abstract

The aim of the case study was to present a set of practices related to preserving the environment within an analytical conception of the content of previous research efforts related to environmental conservation practices. The study started from a main assumption that (the level of environmental preservation improves depending on the actual application of the practices indicated in this study (sensing the risks of harming the environment, deterrence when abuse, ethical dealing, religious heritage, sustainable environmental development, benefiting from others, friendship with the environment). ) by the organizations and within the framework of activating their components (a proactive vision, legislation and laws, ethics, evidence and evidence, a mixture of change with the taste of development, past experiences, respect for the environment) at the level of business organizations, The study also adopted a content analysis within the framework of the researchers’ intellectual vision, and resulted in a number of conclusions, the most important of which is the existence of a wide difference between business organizations regarding the activation of environmental conservation practices. Reflecting its vision, as well as its friendship with the environment.