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Introduction to Business Ethics: Scholarly Activity This assignment involves relating ethical behaviors in high-profile events, as well as examining regulatory and sustainability market approaches to business’s environmental responsibilities. Read each of the following questions before answering each one within a Word document. 1. Based on the response to Hurricane Katrina, what is the relationship between inefficiency and ethical behavior for leaders? How could the response to the Hurricane Katrina disaster been more effective, and thus more ethical? Your response must be at least 200 words. 2. In considering the BP Oil Spill, what circumstances would ethically justify a government or private company in restricting information made available to the public during a disaster? At what point might other companies have an ethical right to intervene regarding environmental disasters? Your response must be at least 200 words. Reading Assignment Matejek, S., & Gossling, T. (2014). Beyond legitimacy: A case study in BP’s “green lashing.” Journal of Business Ethics, 120(4), 571-584. Roberts, P. S. (2006). FEMA after Katrina. Policy Review, (137), 15-33. Navigate to and read the following sources on the Internet: Chapter five: Lessons learned. (2005, September 15). In The federal response to Hurricane Katrina: Lessons learned. Retrieved from Malik, S. (2010). Ethical questions surrounding the BP Oil Spill. University of Oxford. Practical Ethics. Retrieved from ...
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Hurricane Katherine
Hurricane Katrina is one of the most deadliest and costly disasters in the United States.
The storm that landed in a series of Atlantic hurricane season in 2005 is ranked as the third most
intense tropical cyclone. Hurricane Katrina resulted in massive deaths and loss of property worth
billions of dollars. It is estimated that at least 1245 individuals lost their lives and property worth
$108 billion was damaged. Several agencies and authorities were faulted for the ineffective
response to the disaster. However, o...

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