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Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry. By Ted Smith. An international and comprehensive examination of the impacts of electronics manufacturing on workers and local environments. This is a collaborative discourse of citizens, workers, health professionals, academics, labor leaders, and environmental activists to develop visions for the sustainable development of the global electronics industry. It offers perspectives on the science and politics of environmental and social justice, documenting efforts to introduce sustainable systems. As Kindle | More… | Ted Smith EcoSpeakers Info >>

       Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry

Engaging Outraged Stakeholders: How-To Guide for Uniting the Left, Right, Capitalists, and Activists. By Bill Shireman et al. An in-depth look at the stakeholder engagement process, helping readers understand what it takes to see past differences and work together. Includes case studies of unlikely alliances, beginning when the groups, at best, did not understand one another, and, at worst, vehemently hated each other. Also includes steps to engage opposing parties and interviews with experts on economics and the environment. Features success stories as well as some sobering words on the potential for failure. As Kindle | More... | Bill Shireman EcoSpeakers Info >>
       Engaging Outraged Stakeholders: How-To Guide for Uniting the Left, Right, Capitalists, and Activists

Lean and Green: Profit for Your Workplace and the Environment. By Pamela Gordon. This book dispels the myth that a business or organization has to choose between making a profit and protecting the environment. Appealing to employees at every level, it provides more than 100 examples of environmental practices from prominent companies – including Intel, Louisiana-Pacific, and Polaroid – that bring savings or new sources of revenue to an enterprise. It also coaches employees to make their environmental cases to management using no-nonsense business language – leading their argument with profitability. As Kindle | More… | Pamela Gordon EcoSpeakers Info >>

       Lean and Green: Profit for Your Workplace and the Environment

Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution. By L. Hunter Lovins, Amory Lovins, and Paul Hawken. Natural Capitalism describes a future in which business and environmental interests increasingly overlap, and in which companies can improve their bottom lines, help solve environmental problems and feel better about what they do all at the same time. Citing hundreds of compelling stories from a wide array of sectors, the book shows how to realize benefits both for today's shareholders and for future generations and how businesses can hold on to the people who foster the innovation that drives future improvement. As Kindle | More… | L. Hunter Lovins EcoSpeakers Info >>
       Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution

The Natural Step for Business: Wealth, Ecology & the Evolutionary Corporation. By Brian Nattrass. Employing a revolutionary science-based system for economic and environmental sustainability, The Natural Step for Business lays the groundwork for tomorrow's successful businesses. It explains the background and framework of the Natural Step system. It offers practical examples of major corporations that embrace sustainability and are rewarded for their efforts. Case examples of IKEA, Collins Pine, and Interface provide references for managers and consultants working to build more sustainable organizations. As Kindle | More… | Brian Nattrass EcoSpeakers Info >>

       The Natural Step for Business: Wealth, Ecology & the Evolutionary Corporation

The Sustainable Company: How To Create Lasting Value Through Social And Environmental Performance. By Chris Laszlo. About companies whose policies have enhanced their bottom line by way of reduced waste and cleanup costs, fewer regulatory conflicts, new business opportunities and greater appeal to socially conscious investors and green consumers. The Sustainable Company shows how to create value for shareholders while balancing responsibilities to society and the environment. Its step-by-step approach and tool-kit for managers make it the solutions manual for twenty-first-century managers. As Kindle | More… | Chris Laszlo EcoSpeakers Info >>

       The Sustainable Company: How to Create Lasting Value through Social and Environmental Performance

What We Learned in the Rainforest: Business Principles For The New Economy. By Tachi Kiuchi and Bill Shireman. Presents a surprising new business principle: By applying strategies and practices gleaned from nature, by emulating what it once sought to conquer, big business can attain greater and more sustainable profits. With clear, direct language and dozens of real-world examples, the authors show how a company can become, like nature, a complex living system that doesn't merely balance competing interests but truly integrates them. As Kindle | More… | Tachi Kiuchi EcoSpeakers Info >> | Bill Shireman EcoSpeakers Info >>
       What We Learned in the Rainforest: Business Principles For The New Economy

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Deep Design: Pathways to a Livable Future. By David Wann. Explores a new way of thinking about design, one that asks "What is our ultimate goal?" before the first step has been taken. It shows how designs that begin with such a question - whether in products, buildings, technologies, or communities - are sensitive to living systems, and can potentially accomplish their mission without the seemingly unavoidable side effects of pollution, erosion, congestion, and stress. "Deep designs" meet the criteria of renewability, recyclability, and nontoxicity, and they are easy to understand and implement. As Kindle | More… | David Wann EcoSpeakers Info >>

Forest Products and Wood Science: An Introduction. By Jim L. Bowyer. A completely revised and updated edition of this venerable classic. Expanding and updating key data, the new edition provides students, wood scientists, and product professionals with a comprehensive overview of the anatomical and physical nature of wood and the relationship of these characteristics to its uses. With updated research findings and expanded discussions of key areas in wood science that reflect the changing face of the forest products industry, this text will continue to be indispensable for both students and professionals. More… | Jim L. Bowyer EcoSpeakers Info >>

Green Plans: Greenprint for Sustainability. By Huey Johnson. Green plans, Johnson explains, are the most effective strategies yet developed for moving from industrial environmental deterioration to postindustrial sustainability. Provides the first detailed and understandable examination of the theory, implementation, and performance of green plans in the Netherlands, Canada, and New Zealand. Plans being considered in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore, and the European Community are also discussed. More… | Huey Johnson EcoSpeakers Info >>

Lean and Clean Management: How to Boost Profits and Productivity by Reducing Pollution. By Joe Romm. Presents a comprehensive system that aims to help businesses achieve gains through intelligent energy use, "green" office and plant design, and waste-free lean management. More… | Joe Romm EcoSpeakers Info >>

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