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Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
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Sustainability by Gilbert S. Hedstrom"Sustainability: What It Is and How to Measure It begins with a succinct business-focused summary of how to think about the risks and opportunities associated with sustainability. The author then includes his proprietary framework, The Corporate Sustainability ScorecardTM C-suite rating system, including the over 140 key sustainability indicators that are used to rate an organization's sustainability efforts. Each KSI includes examples from organizations around the world, giving the reader a complete and unbiased understanding of all aspects of sustainability."
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Publication Date: 2018
A Primer on Sustainability by Jeanne McNett; Ronald M. Whitfield"This book will take a broad look at the ways in which the concept of sustainability is being applied in the business context. It answers the question,'What does Sustainability mean to the way we practice business?'A key characteristic is its concise, readable, comprehensive treatment of the complex issues sustainability raises for the business world. The goal of the book is to provide the reader an introduction to knowledge and skills they need to help organizations understand and act upon the principles of sustainability."
The SDGs brings together normative goals for human prosperity and well-being and environmental sustainability--triple bottom-line. Each of the following stakeholders has a particular angle on fulfilling the SDGs: