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Jorgen Randers: 2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years
September 2012 - Forty years ago, The Limits to Growth study addressed the grand question of how humans would adapt to the physical limitations of planet Earth. In the book 2052, Jorgen Randers, one of the co-authors of Limits to Growth, issues a progress report and makes a forecast for the next forty years.
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Patrick O'Sullivan, Mark Smith, Mark Esposito (editors): Business Ethics: A Critical Approach: Integrating Ethics Across the Business World
August 2012 - Forty years ago, The Limits to Growth study addressed the grand question of how humans would adapt to the physical limitations of planet Earth. In the book 2052, Jorgen Randers, one of the co-authors of Limits to Growth, issues a progress report and makes a forecast for the next forty years.
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Richard Burrett contributes a chapter to Iveta Cherneva: The Business Case for Sustainable Finance
June 2012 - In the world of finance, until recently, environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors have been present only in the soft domains of ethics, philanthropy and reputation management. Few academic works have asked the question: is there a business case for sustainable finance?
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Wayne Visser: The Quest for Sustainable Business: An Epic Journey in Search of Corporate Responsibility
June 2012 - This book takes the reader on a journey around the world, sharing insights on the evolution of sustainable business from the Wayne Visser’s travels to over 65 countries in the past 20 years.
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Bob Everett, Godfrey Boyle, Stephen Peake and Janet Ramage (Editors): Energy Systems and Sustainability: Power for a Sustainable Future
December 2011 - How can we provide clean, safe, sustainable energy supplies for the world despite rising population levels and increasing economic development? Today, energy and sustainability are of primary concern and form the focus of this book and its companion volume, Renewable Energy.
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Mark Esposito, Lloyd C. Williams and Alessandro Biscaccianti: The M3C Model of Cooperative Contextual Change
May 2011 - The Model of Contextual Cooperative Change (M3C) is a modern new textbook on the theory of contextual change, presenting original ideas tested and ready to implement in a highly informative book, the authors posit that to increase effectiveness of change, it's necessary to introduce dynamic stability into a system.
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Paul Gilding: The Great Disruption
April 2011 - The Great Disruption offers a stark and unflinching look at the challenge humanity faces-yet also a deeply optimistic message. The coming decades will see loss, suffering, and conflict as our planetary overdraft is paid; however, they will also bring out the best humanity can offer: compassion, innovation, resilience, and adaptability.
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Stefan Raubenheimer: Facing Climate Change: Building South Africa's Strategy
January 2011 - When it comes to climate change, the gap between what we are doing and what we need to do is vast. Developing a plan to get us from where we are to where we need to be is now one of the most important tasks of modern society. In this, South Africa was an early leader, and it approached the question in a remarkable way.
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HRH The Prince of Wales, Tony Juniper & Ian Skelly: Harmony: A New Way of Looking at Our World
October 2010 - A practical guide to what we have lost in the modern world, why we have lost it and how easily it is to rediscover. Harmony is a blueprint for a more balanced, sustainable world that the human race must create to survive.
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Andy Wales: Big Business, Big Responsibilities: From Villains to Visionaries: How Companies are Tackling the World's Greatest Challenges
June 2010 - Big business is often painted as the villain when it comes to the environment or social well-being. There is certainly good evidence of what some businesses have done wrong in the past. But times are changing. Leading businesses are often now the visionaries: leaders in the fight against climate change, protectors of human rights and supporters of international development.
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