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The Climate Movement – It is massive, global, powerful, and on the right side of history

The Climate Movement – It is massive, global, powerful, and on the right side of history | Leadership for Sustainability | Scoop.it

March 20, 2013 - Paul Gilding, Sustainability Advisor, Cockatoo Chronicles

There are signs the climate movement could be on the verge of a remarkable and surprising victory.  If we read the current context correctly, and if the movement can adjust its strategy to capture the opportunity presented, it could usher in the fastest and most dramatic economic transformation in history. This would include the removal of the oil, coal and gas industries from the economy in just a few decades and their replacement with new industries and, for the most part, entirely new companies. It would be the greatest transfer of wealth and power between industries and countries the world has ever seen... http://paulgilding.com/cockatoo-chronicles/victoryathand.html

 


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Innovate or die: learning from new sustainable business models

Innovate or die: learning from new sustainable business models | Leadership for Sustainability | Scoop.it

Large firms must embrace the new sharing and circular economies – or else they risk being left behi




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David A. Baker's curator insight, April 2, 2013 9:24 AM

The idea of a "sharing economy" is interesting.  If there is a real trend away from owning things toward renting or leasing things, what implications does that have for your business model?