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Boundaries of the mega-city have changed, but Montreal's sustainable community plan (SCP) prompted by the agglomeration demonstrates continuity.

This multi-sector partnership resolved a decades-long conflict in Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest.

Following oil spills like the Exxon Valdez, new environmental regulations drove the fastest changes in oil tanker design the industry had ever seen.

Eco-labels or sustainability ratings can be an important guide for purchasing sustainable products. But not all rating systems are equally effective.


Michael Toffel and Auden Schendler urge companies to address climate change through political action as well as operational improvements.

Public policies and engaging in environmental policy can have major implications for your company’s operations and profitability.

The modern corporation — larger than most governments — is perhaps the best hope we have to solve grand problems. But business can't do it alone.

NBS Thought Leaders offer guidance on sustainable business models for the 21st century. Thought Leaders are leading academics and practitioners: world experts on sustainability issues.

Existing business practices can support world peace. Actions include reducing poverty, supporting rule of law, and building community.

Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop, was going to save the planet. Anita claimed to have made social and environmental action part of her company while building it into a global brand.

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