The Sustainable Business
by Jonathan T. Scott
Publisher: European Foundation for Management Development 2010
Number of pages: 156
Recommended for managers, employees, teachers, and students, this readable and informative guide explains the importance of waste minimisation as a first step toward sustainability. Within its pages, the breadth and depth of long-term, profitable business practices are explored with an emphasis on optimising resources and maximising purchases and investments while minimising the costs of non-product, unemployment, short-term thinking and environmental degradation.
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