Kogan Page Ltd
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Ownership & organization of enterprises
latory authorities, it provides a full review of the specific challenges that sustainability can involve - from energy use to employment issues and from pollution to corporate governance. Contributors include: Simmons & Simmons, the Eden Project, The Fairtrade Foundation, Thames Water, the Environment Agency, RoSPA, Transport for London and Manpower UK.
The perception of a business's sustainability practices and policies can have a real impact on the bottom line: the rewards for responsibility, accountability and transparency can be high, whilst any failure to live to a commitment to sustainability can undermine prospects for future growth. The Sustainable Enterprise will help organisations negotiate the challenges involved, and it sheds light on what has become a critical area for all companies in the 21 st century.
About The Author
Jonathan Reuvid was formerly an economist, an investment banker and an international corporate development consultant. He has edited and co-authored many titles for Kogan Page, including Managing Business Risk, The Secure Online Business Handbook, Start Up and Run your Own Business, Working for Yourself, Floating Your Company and The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management.
Table of Contents
Part I: Regulation and standards for sustainable issues
Core issues in business management
Transport, health, safety and employment issues
business and the community
Energy, land use and the environment