Using dozens of vivid examples to show how society overprescribed competition as a solution and when unbridled rivalry hurts consumers, kills entrepreneurship, and increases economic inequality, two free-market thinkers diagnose the sickness caused by competition overdose and provide remedies that will promote sustainable growth and progress for everyone, not just wealthy shareholders a
The world is exhibiting the urgent need for sustainable change. In his first book, Curt Blattner introduces a new approach fit for the modern workforce which encourages sustainable interactive leadership -- placing the dialogue between leaders and teams at the centre of development.
The burgeoning array of literature on ethical behaviour tends to focus on what's happening at the extremes - either owner managers of start-ups built around a strong moral crusade, or large corporations undergoing change due to the personal epiphany of a forward-thinking CEO.
The original Mid-Course Correction, published 20 years ago, became a classic in the sustainability field. It put forth a new vision for what its author, Ray C. Anderson, called the "prototypical company of the 21st century"--a restorative company that does no harm to society or the environment.
ideas and inspiration for those looking to reduce their household waste
A post-capitalist manifesto for conservation
An exploration of the cutting-edge technology that will enable us to confront the realities of climate change.
How do you sort through the myriad of "green" advice available to find what works for you and your business? So many small businesses are paralyzed, without guidance on what to do, how decisions impact the environment, and where to even start. In Ethical Profit, Samantha Richardson has done the work for you.
From treehouse dream to global brand, Tofurky's Founder and Chairman shares his story of selling millions of plant-based food products without selling out.
In the 1960s and '70s, a diverse range of storefronts--including head shops, African American bookstores, feminist businesses, and organic grocers--brought the work of the New Left, Black Power, feminism, environmentalism, and other movements into the marketplace.