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Author Kopnina, Helen, author.

Title Sustainable business : key issues / by Helen Kopnina and John Blewitt.

Published Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, 2018.

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Edition Second edition.
Physical description 1 online resource (318 pages) : 114 illustrations.
Series Key issues in environment and sustainability
Key issues in environment and sustainability.
Contents part PART I: Key concepts -- chapter 1 Introduction: key concepts in sustainability and business -- chapter 2 Business ethics -- part PART II: Critical evaluation: key challenges -- chapter 3 Environmental challenges -- chapter 4 Social and economic challenges -- chapter 5 Key challenges for making sustainability a reality -- part PART III: Globalization, technology, and new trends in business -- chapter 6 Globalization and business -- chapter 7 Strategic change for sustainability -- chapter 8 Human resource management, green jobs, and a green economy -- part PART IV: Solutions -- chapter 9 Creating a sustainable business practice -- chapter 10 New strategic thinking -- chapter 11 Cradle to Cradle (C2C) -- chapter 12 Towards a circular economy.
Summary Sustainable Business: Key Issues is the first comprehensive introductory-level textbook to address the interface between environmental challenges and business solutions to provide an overview of the basic concepts of sustainability, sustainable business, and business ethics. The book introduces students to the background and key issues of sustainability and suggests ways in which these concepts can be applied in business practice. Though the book takes a business perspective, it is interdisciplinary in its nature and draws on knowledge from socio-economic, political, and environmental studies, thereby providing a practical and critical understanding of sustainability in the changing paradigm of global business. It goes beyond the conventional theories of sustainability and addresses critical issues concerned with population, consumption, and economic growth. It discusses realistic ways forward, in particular the circular economy and Cradle to Cradle frameworks.The book is both a theoretical and practical study guide for undergraduate and postgraduate international students of broad areas of sustainability, teaching ways to recognize opportunities for innovation and entrepreneurship at the intersection of environmental, economic, ethical, and social systems. It takes a strategic approach in applying the power of business methods and policy to address issues of global importance such as climate change, poverty, ecosystem degradation, and human rights.This textbook is essential reading for students of business, management, and sustainability courses. It is written in an engaging and accessible style, with each chapter including case studies, discussion questions, end of chapter summaries, and suggestions for further reading. This new edition is updated throughout, and contains an additional chapter on the circular economy.
Other author Blewitt, John, 1957- author.
Taylor and Francis.
Subject Business ethics.
Social responsibility of business.
Sustainable development.
Biospheric Egalitarianism.
Business Ecology.
Biodiversity.
Business And Ethics.
Business And Society.
Climate Change.
Corporate Social Responsibility.
Corporate Transparency.
Cradle To Cradle.
Economic Sustainability.
Eco-Chic.
Eco-Efficiency.
Eco-Entrepreneurship.
Ellen Macarthur Foundation.
Environmental Impact Assessments.
Environmental Justice.
Environmental Management.
Environmental Management Systems.
Environmental Movement.
Environmental Policy.
Environmental Studies.
Environmental Sustainability.
Ecocentrism.
Ecological Justice.
Ecosystem Valuation.
Eco-Effectiveness.
Eco-Fashion.
Entrepreneurship.
Environmental Disasters.
Greening Consumption.
Green Accounting.
Green Growth.
Green Marketing.
Green Revolution.
Globalisation.
Globalization.
Global Business Environment.
Green Consumption.
Intergenerational Justice.
Innovation.
Natural Resources.
Population Growth.
Risk Management.
Social Sustainability.
Sustainability.
Sustainable Building.
Sustainable Design.
Sustainable Development.
Triple Bottom Line.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational Behavior.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Green Business.
ISBN 9781315110172 (e-book : PDF)