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Sustainability should not be consigned to history by Shared Value

Sustainability should not be consigned to history by Shared Value | Imagem Agricultura e Floresta | Scoop.it
If Shared Value is to offer real, long term transformation it must address the flaws of capitalism, look beyond incrementalism and not just align commercial and societal goals, says John Elkington...

 

Good critique by sustainable business expert Elkington of the Shared Value approach developed by Michael Porter and Mark Kramer. But Elkington's own "triple bottom line" is as flawed as Porter's. Both of them do not put "ecological limits" at the heart of the transformational agenda.


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The Semantic Economy

The Semantic Economy | Imagem Agricultura e Floresta | Scoop.it
In the semantic economy, that design will be generated through a complex network of entities. Competitive advantage will be conferred on those who can create new informational value.

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Corporate Sustainability Efforts: Feast or Famine?

Corporate Sustainability Efforts: Feast or Famine? | Imagem Agricultura e Floresta | Scoop.it
Is corporate sustainability on the wane or growing more important to top executives? At the beginning of the year, two big-picture reports on the state of green business painted divergent pictures.

 

Excellent analysis in Harvard Business Review blog of recent (disappointing) developments in corporate sustainability.


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Will sustainability reporting ever grow up?

Will sustainability reporting ever grow up? | Imagem Agricultura e Floresta | Scoop.it
A new report from Ernst & Young takes a hard look at the state of corporate sustainability reporting.

 

More companies than ever are having sustainability reports but they are using "blunt instruments" to prepare them.


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