Business Strategies and Management for Sustainability: a Berkshire Essential

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Business Strategies and Management for Sustainability: a Berkshire Essential

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Business Strategies and Management for Sustainability, a Berkshire Essential, explores how a green economy can be created and sustained. Articles cover a wide variety of topics including “greenwashing,” local economies, and corporate social responsibility.

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  1. Midwest Book Review

    “Climate change and other environmental issues create financial opportunities for businesses able to identify and implement adaptive strategies for both short term and long term goals. Business Strategies and Management for Sustainability is 140 page compendium comprised of information distilled from the second volume of the ‘Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability’ and provides as informed and informative perspective on how a green economy can be created and sustained. Highly recommended for anyone involved with business management planning and decision making. Business Strategies and Management for Sustainability is also ideal for the non-specialist general reader with an interest in how businesses can accommodate, adapt to, and promote sound environmental tactics ranging from risk management, to renewable energy, to giving preference to local resources, and a great deal more. Business Strategies and Management for Sustainability is especially appropriate as a classroom curriculum text and would make an excellent addition to school and community library instructional reference collections.”

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Business Strategies and Management for Sustainability, a Berkshire Essential, explores how a green economy can be created and sustained. Its well-known authors look at the sustainability of business in both the environmental and financial senses of the word. Articles are designed and written for the nonexpert reader, covering topics such as green gross domestic product, “greenwashing,” risk management, and the economics of renewable energy and “going local.” An article on corporate social responsibility (CSR)—and what some hail as its more realistic successor, CSR 2.0—assesses the ways in which we can make a measurable difference in how business is conducted.

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ISBN

9781614729648

Edition

First

Volumes

1

Pages

160

Chinese Title

宝库山精选: 可持续性经营战略与管理

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