Economic Sustainability: Concepts And Indicators
When confronting fundamental challenges such as climate change, population growth, human rights and resource constraints – businesses and public sector organizations face a daunting new imperative. It is an axiom of current business thought and practice in most Western European enterprises that they must use fewer resources to produce their goods and services – a responsible use of those resources that benefit society and the environment and still meet their traditional demands: from customers and citizens for price, quality and availability; from shareholders for outstanding performance and returns; and from politicians for economic growth and prosperity in both developed and developing economies.
Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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