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Systematic Review: Decision-Making for Sustainability

Learn to influence individuals and organizations to make more sustainable choices.

Many decisions individuals make – from what food to buy to how much energy to use – involve sustainability related tradeoffs. Organizations, too, make sustainability decisions. Some decisions, such as where to site a new facility or how to manage a natural resource, can involve a range of interests and criteria and have significant implications for profits, the environment and society.

NBS resources are designed to help individuals understand how they and their organizations can improve their decision-making processes to reach more sustainable outcomes.

Executive Report

Executive Report: Decision-Making for Sustainability


Systematic Review

Systematic Review: Decision-Making for Sustainability



Decision-Making Webinar April 10, 2012


Resources on CEO decision-making specifically address the factors shaping CEO thinking on sustainability, three key barriers preventing CEOs from prioritizing sustainability, qualities of influential change agents (as told by CEOs), and the strategies and tactics to help change agents support their CEOs to incorporate sustainability.

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    The Network for Business Sustainability (NBS) is a non-profit advancing sustainable development to build a fairer and more environmentally sound future. We aim to improve business practice by facilitating knowledge sharing across an international community of business leaders, scholars, students and policy makers. With these stakeholders, we co-create high-quality content that enables practical action. Our content focuses on 6 critical sustainability themes, from climate change to social justice.

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