What principles of sustainability do most organizations or companies find the most difficult to follow in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia? How do Saudi laws affect these? Does Saudi Vision 2030 address these issues adequately? Why or why not?
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The Saudi community is mainly composed by two social parties namely, extremists and open-minded people. The former adheres to the doctrine and values of ancients while the latter calls for acceptance of globalization, civilization and open-mindedness in dealing with issues dear to them. Some of such issues include education for both women and men and acceptance of female gender in public space. The views of these two camps have had impact on many organizations and companies and their effects are arguably astonishing. This paper is an attempt to interrogate the principles of sustainability that most organizations find difficult to conform with and how the Saudi governments are concerned with addressing such issues towards Saudi Vision 2030.