More than two thirds of chief executives - 67 percent - believe that business is not doing enough to address global sustainabil (RT @BITCIreland: 67% of CEOs believe that business is not doing enough to address global sustainability challenges...
Klar, es war nur eine Frage der Zeit, bis die "Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie" von Christian Felber in diesem Rezensionsblog auftaucht. Ein Wirtschaftsmodell, dass Menschen, Gemeinwohl und Kooperation in den Mittelpunkt stellt anstatt Kapital und Konkurrenz, gehört definitiv hierher. Also, ab dafür:
I'm just reading Yvon Chouinard's book "let my people go Surfing" about Patagonia and wanted to pass this on from Page 160: "Our mission statement says nothing about making a profit. In fact Malinda and I consider our bottom line to be the amount of good that the business has accomplished over the year. [...] Our intent is to remain a closely help private company, so we can continue to focus on our bottom line, doing good."
The Democracy Collaborative's "Anchor Dashboard" helps hospitals and universities measure the impact of their programs, initiatives, and economic activity on the well-being of low-income children, families, and communities.
Gus Hagelberg's insight:
The Democracy Collaborative's "Anchor Dashboard" reminds me a lot of the Common Good Matrix, which also measures company's or cities or universities impact on the society and the environment.
CSR, A Burden? Businessworld Corporate affairs minister Sachin Pilot wants industry to believe that corporate social responsibility (CSR) expenditure — mandatory for a certain category of companies — is not an additional tax burden.
Christian Felber***ist Gründungsmitglied von Attac Austria und ein kluger Kopf, der sich u.a. kritisch mit dem Finanz- und Wirtschaftssystem rund um den Euro auseinandersetzt. Im NATURSCHECK-Interview spricht der Österreicher über Begriffe wie „Demokratische Bank“ und „Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie“.....
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