The Business of Sustainability: Trends, Policies, Practices, and Stories of Success [3 volumes]

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The Business of Sustainability: Trends, Policies, Practices, and Stories of Success [3 volumes]The Business of Sustainability: Trends, Policies, Practices, and Stories of Success [3 volumes]

Trends, Policies, Practices, and Stories of Success

by Scott McNall(ed.) ; James Hershauer(ed.) ; George Basile(ed.)

In today’s business condition, “rubbish” isn’t just useless decline to be discarded any longer; it regularly speaks to a material with fiscal esteem. The human populace is spending around 30 percent more characteristic assets in one year than the earth can recover. Since organizations constitute half of the world’s biggest economies, there can be no maintainability without practical organizations.

The Business of Sustainability: Trends, Policies, Practices, and Stories of Success is an establishment set that adequately catches and explains the why, what, who, and how of manageability and business. Volume I covers the logical, monetary, and social underpinnings of manageability and recognizes the difficulties confronting business pioneers. Volume II investigates the worldwide system of planners, makers, providers, merchants, and purchasers that must be tended to as a unit from a support to-support, life-cycle point of view. Volume III presents cases of progress crosswise over numerous businesses, showing that maintainability is without a doubt conceivable.

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Every volume scientifically addresses the bigger issues, for example, the difficulties of dealing with a business to the norms of supportability, measuring advancement or achievement, and making—and keeping up—manageable organizations. This momentous work gives an extensive treatment of maintainability in the realm of organizations, investigating the greater part of its measurements: snags, measurements, openings, and pathways to achievement.

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