This forestry company’s operations resulted in rape and pollution — and a certification for sustainable forestry. How did this happen?
Author: Maya Fischhoff
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Companies want to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Caroline Flammer’s work shows how corporate social responsibility (CSR) can help.
A Way to Generate Real Impacts In industrial symbiosis (IS), one firm’s waste or byproducts become raw materials for another. As Ray Paquin (Concordia University)… Read More
How can academics engage effectively in public and political discourse? At a 2015 conference, experts described how and why academics should reach out.
Businesses can lead and participate in societal discussions of complex, uncertain issues. NBS research presents a decision tree to guide your choice.
Corporate leaders, politicians and the general public have all been accused of short-termism: taking actions with a quick payoff rather than investing for the long-term…. Read More
We invite proposals for case studies on: How are accountants in Canada assisting their organizations with climate change adaptation?