Innovating for the Greater Good
An inspirational book that shows to the reader how to combine a desire to make a positive contribution to society and the environment and be a successful leader. It comprises stories from businesses and organizations from many different industry sectors.
The Path to a More Sustainable Enterprise
This book demonstrates that it is possible to improve productivity AND make a shift toward sustainability for the organization, its employees and its stakeholders.
Segunda Edición: Aprender para Avanza
This book is the Spanish edition of the Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME: Learning to Go Beyond. 27 case stories from universities and business schools on incorporating sustainability into management education curricula.
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How Purpose-Driven Enterprises Create Real Value
Digging Deeper reveals an alternative to a myopic capitalism. Remarkable examples from around the world vividly demonstrate how enterprises can create real value through focusing on the 6 Ls, long-term orientation, lasting relationships, local roots, limits recognition, developing a learning community and taking leadership responsibility seriously.
Corporate Social Responsibility in the International Shipping Industry: State-of-the-art, Current Challenges and Future Directions
A special theme issue of The Journal of Sustainable Mobility (Volume 3, Issue 2)
The special issue includes five papers that analyse the potential, limitations and effects of CSR within the international shipping industry, examining what is required to promote more widespread social and environmental upgrading among shipping companies and their wider set of stakeholders.
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A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 64)
In April 2016, The Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business of the Mendoza College of Business and the UN Global Compact convened a group of scholars and business leaders. This issue will provoke your thinking and lead to new action to make the world a better place.
This book examines the various methods of carbon accounting used across the world. It aims to educate the reader on relevant concepts, as well as the historical context of the discipline. Assessing the evolution of carbon accounting since the Rio Conference in 1992 to the latest developments, this is an accessible and up-to-date guide.
This book examines the various methods of carbon accounting inventory used across the world. It aims to educate the reader on relevant concepts, as well as the historical context of the discipline. Assessing the evolution of carbon accounting since the Rio Conference in 1992 to the latest developments, this is an accessible and up-to-date guide.
Innovative Tools for Increasing Research Impact and Evidence-Based Policy-Making
This is the first study exploring how knowledge brokerage has the potential to support sustainable development across political and scientific systems. It presents a selection of innovative and practical tools to enhance the connectivity of research and policy-making.
Accountants Can Save the Planet
This book firmly places the accountant in the position of changemaker. It encapsulates the essential reasons for adopting integrated reporting, explains its application and proposes the next steps of developing the role of Chief Finance Officer to Chief Value Officer.
How to Build a Sustainable Brand
This easy-to-read and engaging book is an introduction to how to build a sustainable corporate brand. Intended as a roadmap, the book includes interviews from business leaders, including Paul Polman of Unilever, and Jonas Prising of ManpowerGroup.
The Business Case for Life-cycle Thinking
Product Stewardship in Action describes how and why leading companies are taking responsibility for the environmental impact of their products. Written primarily for a business audience, it draws on the knowledge and experience of industry practitioners and other experts to provide a structured approach to product responsibility within firms.
Consumerism, Sustainability and Design
Somebody Else’s Problem calls for a radical change in how we design, make and use the products and services we need. Crocker challenges us to look at the systems we take for granted in daily life, and their cumulative role in our environmental crisis.