Category: New Economics
This category is about the relation between business economies and sustainability and CSR. Company economies have great impact on how much effort they put into their CSR strategy and incorporating green strategies can have an effect on company growth.
What are the lessons our future leaders need to experience before they take the helm of the world’s most impactful organizations? In addition to analytical skills, the path to sustainability will require a fundamental understanding of the pivotal role of human capital in maximizing the triple bottom line.
The California New Car Dealers Association has filed a complaint with the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles accusing Tesla of misleading advertising because of its unusual online advertising tactics. Is the electric car manufacturer duping consumers? That’s something that the state – and Tesla’s growing consumer base – will have to decide.
Eric Smith, CEO of Swiss Re Americas, discusses the risk associated with climate change, calling upon business to take a primary role in working with governments and communities to create more resiliency in the face of climate change risk.
While the availability of capital for social entrepreneurs is rising, creating a solid traditional business plan is still important.
Airbnb is poised to bring its hospitality marketplace to the next level by joining forces with one of the greatest minds in the industry – author and founder of Joie de Vivre Hospitatliy, Chip Conley, who will come on board as the company’s new Head of Global Hospitality this month.
Social entrepreneurship can be thought of as a unique, totally mission-driven form of sustainable business. Corporate-focused CSR efforts are not the only type of sustainable business studied at Baruch College, City University of New York.
“Greenwashing” sows distrust among consumers and keeps green products from reaching their full potential. A new report helps marketers avoid those pitfalls.
The New Markets Tax Credit program is supporting sustainable, forest-economy innovations and businesses that are creating jobs in economically distressed communities.
The rules for businesses raising money are changing, in a way that could connect millions of values-driven investors with social entrepreneurs. This could mean real change for our communities, cities, and rural areas.
Alan Scheller-Wolf, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie-Mellon University describes the five important principles that helped him develop a successful sustainability MBA course.
From the local to the global, stakeholders across the public and private sectors are applying new data-driven metrics and methodologies to assess the overall impacts of infrastructure and investment decisions, enhance the sustainability and resiliency of ecosystems and communities, and realize triple bottom line and sustainable development goals.