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Inclusive Green Growth (eBook, PDF)
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Fostering inclusive green growth in Africa means addressing existing and emerging development challenges, while efficiently managing Africa's natural capital and building resilience to environmental, social and economic risks. Although this new paradigm for development has the potential to create tremendous business opportunities, there are also challenges. This book provides empirical evidence on the conditions for the emergence of green businesses in Africa. It includes 13 case studies, which identify the determinants of small and medium-size enterprises' engagement in inclusive and sustainable growth in rural Africa, and the factors that hinder eco-innovation in business and entrepreneurial activities. Furthermore it discusses appropriate regulations and policies to stimulate the development of green business in Africa. Offering insights into the relationship between eco-innovation, labor productivity and business competitiveness in rural Africa, this book appeals to scholars, policy makers and practitioners interested in a green economy for Africa.

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Inclusive Green Growth (eBook, PDF)
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Fostering inclusive green growth in Africa means addressing existing and emerging development challenges, while efficiently managing Africa's natural capital and building resilience to environmental, social and economic risks. Although this new paradigm for development has the potential to create tremendous business opportunities, there are also challenges. This book provides empirical evidence on the conditions for the emergence of green businesses in Africa. It includes 13 case studies, which identify the determinants of small and medium-size enterprises' engagement in inclusive and sustainable growth in rural Africa, and the factors that hinder eco-innovation in business and entrepreneurial activities. Furthermore it discusses appropriate regulations and policies to stimulate the development of green business in Africa. Offering insights into the relationship between eco-innovation, labor productivity and business competitiveness in rural Africa, this book appeals to scholars, policy makers and practitioners interested in a green economy for Africa.

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The Greening of IT
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How IT can drive immense business value by "going green": the business case, and best practices for making it happen ° Includes multiple case studies of IT organizations that have successfully gone green, and lessons from IBM's $1B green computing initiative ° How to systematically reduce data center energy usage: covers organizational issues, ROI, procurement, asset disposal, and much more ° Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and issues of public perception Summary Companies are increasingly recognizing the major environmental impact of their data centers and other IT infrastructure - and also realizing that they can save a fortune by "going green." Drawing on new knowledge IBM has gained through its $1 billion Green Data Center initiatives, John Lamb reviews every major issue IT organizations face in improving their environmental performance. Readers will discover new products, services, and best practices that can reduce data center energy consumption by an average of 42%, as well as opportunities for incorporating green computing principles throughout their entire IT infrastructures. Lamb covers both the potential benefits of moving to Green IT and the roadblocks. He discusses internal organizational obstacles; as well as regulations, energy cost shifts, and utility rate incentives that will drive companies towards green IT. Lamb also offers specific how-to guidance on everything from measuring energy usage and optimizing data center cooling equipment through leveraging virtualization. The Greening of IT presents several detailed Green IT case studies, including utilities, universities, and companies of all sizes, worldwide. Lamb concludes by previewing emerging trends in Green IT, and identifying "on the horizon" opportunities to monitor and prepare for. Product Description How IT Can Drive Immense Business Value by "Going Green" For CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and IT leaders: The green IT business case and best practices for making it happen Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and growing public concern Powerful new insights from IBM's breakthrough $1 billion green computing initiative Chances are your enterprise IT organization has a significant carbon footprint. In an era of unpredictable energy costs, reducing energy usage throughout your data centers and IT infrastructure represents a powerful cost-cutting opportunity. Now, a top green IT expert shows business and IT leaders how to drive powerful business value by improving IT's environmental performance. Drawing on leading-edge experience, John Lamb helps you realistically assess the business case for green IT, set priorities, and overcome the internal and external challenges to making it work. He offers proven solutions for issues ranging from organizational obstacles to executive motivation and discusses crucial issues ranging from utility rate incentives to metrics. Along the way, you'll discover energy-saving opportunities-from virtualization and consolidation to cloud and grid computing-and solutions that will improve business flexibility as they reduce environmental impact. Lamb presents case studies, checklists, and more-all the practical guidance you need to drive maximum bottom-line value from your green IT initiative. Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305 Backcover How IT Can Drive Immense Business Value by "Going Green" For CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and IT leaders: The green IT business case and best practices for making it happen Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and growing public concern Powerful new insights from IBM's breakthrough $1 billion green computing initiative Chances are your enterprise IT organization has a significant carbon footprint. In an era of unpredictable energy costs, reducing energy usage throughout your data centers and IT infrastructure represents a powerful cost-cutting opportunity. Now, a top green IT expert shows business and IT leaders how to drive powerful business value by improving IT's environmental performance. Drawing on leading-edge experience, John Lamb helps you realistically assess the business case for green IT, set priorities, and overcome the internal and external challenges to making it work. He offers proven solutions for issues ranging from organizational obstacles to executive motivation and discusses crucial issues ranging from utility rate incentives to metrics. Along the way, you'll discover energy-saving opportunities-from virtualization and consolidation to cloud and grid computing-and solutions that will improve business flexibility as they reduce environmental impact. Lamb presents case studies, checklists, and more-all the practical guidance you need to drive maximum bottom-line value from your green IT initiative. Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305 Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305How IT Can Drive Immense Business Value by "Going Green" For CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and IT leaders: The green IT business case and best practices for making it happen Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and growing public concern Powerful new insights from IBM's breakthrough $1 billion green computing initiative Chances are your enterprise IT organization has a significant carbon footprint. In an era of unpredictable energy costs, reducing energy usage throughout your data centers and IT infrastructure represents a powerful cost-cutting opportunity. Now, a top green IT expert shows business and IT leaders how to drive powerful business value by improving IT's environmental performance. Drawing on leading-edge experience, John Lamb helps you realistically assess the business case for green IT, set priorities, and overcome the internal and external challenges to making it work. He offers proven solutions for issues ranging from organizational obstacles to executive motivation and discusses crucial issues ranging from utility rate incentives to metrics. Along the way, you'll discover energy-saving opportunities-from virtualization and consolidation to cloud and grid computing-and solutions that will improve business flexibility as they reduce environmental impact. Lamb presents case studies, checklists, and more-all the practical guidance you need to drive maximum bottom-line value from your green IT initiative. Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305

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The Greening of IT
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How IT can drive immense business value by "going green": the business case, and best practices for making it happen ° Includes multiple case studies of IT organizations that have successfully gone green, and lessons from IBM's $1B green computing initiative ° How to systematically reduce data center energy usage: covers organizational issues, ROI, procurement, asset disposal, and much more ° Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and issues of public perception Summary Companies are increasingly recognizing the major environmental impact of their data centers and other IT infrastructure - and also realizing that they can save a fortune by "going green." Drawing on new knowledge IBM has gained through its $1 billion Green Data Center initiatives, John Lamb reviews every major issue IT organizations face in improving their environmental performance. Readers will discover new products, services, and best practices that can reduce data center energy consumption by an average of 42%, as well as opportunities for incorporating green computing principles throughout their entire IT infrastructures. Lamb covers both the potential benefits of moving to Green IT and the roadblocks. He discusses internal organizational obstacles; as well as regulations, energy cost shifts, and utility rate incentives that will drive companies towards green IT. Lamb also offers specific how-to guidance on everything from measuring energy usage and optimizing data center cooling equipment through leveraging virtualization. The Greening of IT presents several detailed Green IT case studies, including utilities, universities, and companies of all sizes, worldwide. Lamb concludes by previewing emerging trends in Green IT, and identifying "on the horizon" opportunities to monitor and prepare for. Product Description How IT Can Drive Immense Business Value by "Going Green" For CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and IT leaders: The green IT business case and best practices for making it happen Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and growing public concern Powerful new insights from IBM's breakthrough $1 billion green computing initiative Chances are your enterprise IT organization has a significant carbon footprint. In an era of unpredictable energy costs, reducing energy usage throughout your data centers and IT infrastructure represents a powerful cost-cutting opportunity. Now, a top green IT expert shows business and IT leaders how to drive powerful business value by improving IT's environmental performance. Drawing on leading-edge experience, John Lamb helps you realistically assess the business case for green IT, set priorities, and overcome the internal and external challenges to making it work. He offers proven solutions for issues ranging from organizational obstacles to executive motivation and discusses crucial issues ranging from utility rate incentives to metrics. Along the way, you'll discover energy-saving opportunities-from virtualization and consolidation to cloud and grid computing-and solutions that will improve business flexibility as they reduce environmental impact. Lamb presents case studies, checklists, and more-all the practical guidance you need to drive maximum bottom-line value from your green IT initiative. Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305 Backcover How IT Can Drive Immense Business Value by "Going Green" For CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and IT leaders: The green IT business case and best practices for making it happen Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and growing public concern Powerful new insights from IBM's breakthrough $1 billion green computing initiative Chances are your enterprise IT organization has a significant carbon footprint. In an era of unpredictable energy costs, reducing energy usage throughout your data centers and IT infrastructure represents a powerful cost-cutting opportunity. Now, a top green IT expert shows business and IT leaders how to drive powerful business value by improving IT's environmental performance. Drawing on leading-edge experience, John Lamb helps you realistically assess the business case for green IT, set priorities, and overcome the internal and external challenges to making it work. He offers proven solutions for issues ranging from organizational obstacles to executive motivation and discusses crucial issues ranging from utility rate incentives to metrics. Along the way, you'll discover energy-saving opportunities-from virtualization and consolidation to cloud and grid computing-and solutions that will improve business flexibility as they reduce environmental impact. Lamb presents case studies, checklists, and more-all the practical guidance you need to drive maximum bottom-line value from your green IT initiative. Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305 Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305How IT Can Drive Immense Business Value by "Going Green" For CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, and IT leaders: The green IT business case and best practices for making it happen Timely help for companies facing rising energy costs, new government rules, and growing public concern Powerful new insights from IBM's breakthrough $1 billion green computing initiative Chances are your enterprise IT organization has a significant carbon footprint. In an era of unpredictable energy costs, reducing energy usage throughout your data centers and IT infrastructure represents a powerful cost-cutting opportunity. Now, a top green IT expert shows business and IT leaders how to drive powerful business value by improving IT's environmental performance. Drawing on leading-edge experience, John Lamb helps you realistically assess the business case for green IT, set priorities, and overcome the internal and external challenges to making it work. He offers proven solutions for issues ranging from organizational obstacles to executive motivation and discusses crucial issues ranging from utility rate incentives to metrics. Along the way, you'll discover energy-saving opportunities-from virtualization and consolidation to cloud and grid computing-and solutions that will improve business flexibility as they reduce environmental impact. Lamb presents case studies, checklists, and more-all the practical guidance you need to drive maximum bottom-line value from your green IT initiative. Preface xxiii Acknowledgments xxix About the Author xxxiii Chapter 1: The Importance of Green IT 1 Chapter 2: The Basics of Green IT 15 Chapter 3: Collaboration Is Key for Green IT 39 Chapter 4: The Government's Role-Regulation and EPA Activity 55 Chapter 5: The Magic of "Incentive"-The Role of Electric Utilities 69 Chapter 6: A Most-Significant Step-"Virtualizing" Your IT Systems 85 Chapter 7: The Need for Standard IT Energy-Use Metrics 109 Chapter 8: What About Chillers, Cooling Tower Fans, and All That Cooling Equipment Usually Ignored by IT? 129 Chapter 9: Green IT Case Studies for Energy Utilities 147 Chapter 10: Green IT Case Studies for Universities and a Large Company 157 Chapter 11: Worldwide Green IT Case Studies 183 Chapter 12: The Future of Green IT for Corporations 205 Appendix A: Green IT Checklist and Recommendations 215 Appendix B: Green IT and Cloud Computing 237 Appendix C: Comparison of Different Power-Generation Methods 251 Appendix D: Worldwide Electricity Costs for IT with Projections 281 Glossary 289 Bibliography 301 Index 305

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Biomass to Biofuels
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Focusing on the key challenges that still impede the realization of the billion-ton renewable fuels vision, this book integrates technological development and business development rationales to highlight the key technological.developments that are necessary to industrialize biofuels on a global scale. Technological issues addressed in this work include fermentation and downstream processing technologies, as compared to current industrial practice and process economics. Business issues that provide the lens through which the technological review is performed span the entire biofuel value chain, from financial mechanisms to fund biotechnology start-ups in the biofuel arena up to large green field manufacturing projects, to raw material farming, collection and transport to the bioconversion plant, manufacturing, product recovery, storage, and transport to the point of sale. Emphasis has been placed throughout the book on providing a global view that takes into account the intrinsic characteristics of various biofuels markets from Brazil, the EU, the US, or Japan, to emerging economies as agricultural development and biofuel development appear undissociably linked.

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Biomass to Biofuels
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Focusing on the key challenges that still impede the realization of the billion-ton renewable fuels vision, this book integrates technological development and business development rationales to highlight the key technological.developments that are necessary to industrialize biofuels on a global scale. Technological issues addressed in this work include fermentation and downstream processing technologies, as compared to current industrial practice and process economics. Business issues that provide the lens through which the technological review is performed span the entire biofuel value chain, from financial mechanisms to fund biotechnology start-ups in the biofuel arena up to large green field manufacturing projects, to raw material farming, collection and transport to the bioconversion plant, manufacturing, product recovery, storage, and transport to the point of sale. Emphasis has been placed throughout the book on providing a global view that takes into account the intrinsic characteristics of various biofuels markets from Brazil, the EU, the US, or Japan, to emerging economies as agricultural development and biofuel development appear undissociably linked.

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Green Recovery: Get Lean, Get Smart, and Emerge...
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When the economy turns rough, many companies sideline their green business initiatives. That's a big mistake. In Green Recovery, Andrew Winston shows that no company can afford to wait for the downturn to end before going green. Green initiatives ratchet up your company's resource efficiency, creativity, and employee motivation. They save energy, waste, and money, preserving precious capital - and give precise focus to your innovation efforts and strategic priorities. Part manifesto and part how-to guide, this concise and engaging audio book provides a road map for using green initiatives to deliver short-term gains and position your company for long-term strategic growth. You'll discover how to:Get lean: Amp up your energy and resource efficiency to survive tough times.Get smart: Use environmental data about products and supply chains for competitive advantage. Get going: Engage and excite employees to solve the company's, your customers', and the world's environmental challenges.Green Recovery is your guide to establishing your competitive positioning in difficult times and emerging even stronger into a vastly changed economy. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrew Winston. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/000300/bk_gdan_000300_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Art of Social Enterprise: Business as if Pe...
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The current business-for-profit model rewards short-term thinking, narrow self-interest, and a social-and-environmental-costs-be-damned attitude. Nonprofits, while more focused on the greater good, tend to be inherently resource-challenged and rely on increasingly scarce grants and donations to sustain their existence. Social enterprise is an exciting, blended model driven by the desire to create positive change through entrepreneurial activities.The Art of Social Enterprise is a practical guide that supplies everything you need to know about the mechanics of social entrepreneurship including: Startup-envisioning and manifesting intention Strategic planning-balancing social and monetary value Maintaining an even keel despite the inevitable challenges associated with being an entrepreneurThis valuable resource also provides an unparalleled legal perspective to help you take advantage of established legal organizational forms, recent statutory creations, contract hybrids, certification programs and more.Aimed at emerging as well as established social entrepreneurs, for-profit leaders who want to introduce an element of social responsibility into their companies, and nonprofit organizations who want to increase their stability by generating income, The Art of Social Enterprise is the definitive guide to doing well while doing good.* Be sure to download the PDF that accompanies this audiobook. Carl Frankel has been writing about green business for over two decades and is a serial social entrepreneur and acknowledged thought leader in his own right. He has extensive experience consulting for for-profits, nonprofits, and social enterprises. Allen Bromberger is the leading social enterprise lawyer in North America. Over the years, he has advised thousands of social entrepreneurs: his expertise is as broad as it is deep and specialized. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Skulski. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/018383/bk_acx0_018383_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Decision Making in the Green Home Construction ...
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Green home building is an emerging market which involves analyzing the national economy, and market segment consumers. This necessitates the need to identify, map, and describe the strategic drivers for green home construction business which encompasses developing a strategic market engagement framework so that an innovator considering a local project can measure consumer demand, understand the prevailing setting, form partnerships in the home construction business, and plan a marketing and positioning strategy suitable to the location. Green home construction is one of the most intricate industries today because housing markets are unstable, the cost of building homes are high, and selling can be a challenge in the current market economy. Hence, some viable business strategies and a global business model in green home construction are evaluated. Also, a set of competitive decision-making criteria for use are suggested.

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