Social Impact

Topics: Coca-Cola, The Coca-Cola Company, Corporation Pages: 2 (571 words) Published: April 1, 2013
Social Impact Survey
Social Impact Survey

A multinational Corporation is a company that operates across national boundaries, (Schaefer, 2011). How does a multinational company with 300 different companies in 200 countries with one million employees like Coca-Cola go green and what is the social impact. The following summary will include a list of survey questions based on the Coca-Cola Company, the completion summary data, the summary data results, and the conclusion on the social effect.

Compilation of the data

One question ask to 10 coworkers, on a scale of one to five, (one being not concerned, five being extremely concerned, about Coca Cola going green with some of their products. Out of 10, 6 people were concerned about Coca-Cola going green. Second question is, how “Green do you think Coca Cola is on a scale of 1 to 5. Out of 10 people survey, 5 say they don’t even think Coco-Cola was ever a “green” company.

Summary of the data results

Coca-Cola started selling Coke light and zero coke in what the company calls, partly plant-base bottles (Shapiro, 2010). This bottle is composed of 70% petroleum-base and 30% sugar cane-based materials. In 2010 the company has improve their going green campaign around the world by reducing global carbon (Shapiro, 2010). By the end of 2010 the company had achieved 93% and by 2011 it was 96% alignment. The company distributed to10 major markets were plant Bottle were packages saving about 60,000 barrels of oil and tons of carbon dioxide, (InvestorPlace, 2012).

Preliminary conclusions on the social effect
Some of the preliminary conclusions on the social effect may be the fact that we as a society can save tons of money through processing and manufacturing these products, money saved by not producing as much plastic, glass, and aluminum to...

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Schaefer, R. T. (2011). Sociology: A brief introduction (9th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill.
Shapiro, A. (2010). Coca-Cola Goes Green Corporate Citizens. Retrieved from (2013). Retrieved from
Arenas, D., Fosse, J., & Huc, E. (2009). Business Going Green Barcelona, Spain
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