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Sustainability in Australian Business - **OUT OF PRINT. BUT WE MAY BE ABLE TO FIND A COPY FOR YOU. PLEASE CONTACT BOOKWARE CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR AVAILABILITY OF THIS PRODUCT**

by: Moscardo

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,02.06.12

Category: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0730300315
ISBN13: 9780730300311

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Sustainability is moving from the margins of business thinking and practice to the centre. Key factors and major global issues transforming the business environment include renewable energy requirements, climate change, Asian sweatshops, patterns of international poverty, indigenous rights, and the introduction by governments of carbon taxes or emissions trading schemes. A new paradigm of business - sustainable business - is emerging: that is, organisations having to accept a wider responsibility for both environmental and social wellbeing.

At the same time, the notion of sustainable business also offers organisations the potential for enhanced business value: better management of risk and new market opportunities. Businesses that adopt sustainability principles and practices can strategically position themselves for market leadership in this new environment. This text outlines the key principles and practice of sustainable business, presenting a challenging and stimulating view of contemporary business for university studies. It provides both aspiring and current managers with a detailed insight into how sustainability principles can be applied in core business areas such as accounting, finance, marketing and production. It is a guide to business in the sustainability age.

Table of Contents

Applications at a glance ix

Acknowledgements xi

CHAPTER 1 Sustainability, economy and society
by Professor Gianna Moscardo 1

CHAPTER 2 Sustainability, stakeholders and the nature of the rm
by Dr Wayne Fallon 35

CHAPTER 3 Business ethics, corporate governance and corporate social responsibility
by Professor Gianna Moscardo 67

CHAPTER 4 The economics of sustainable development
by Dr Philip Lawn 99

CHAPTER 5 Sustainable business models
by Dr Geoff Lamberton 133

CHAPTER 6 Carbon management
by Dr Geoff Lamberton 161

CHAPTER 7 Strategy
by Dr Don Clift on and Dr Geoff Wells 187

CHAPTER 8 Sustainability accounting and reporting
by Dr Anna Rowe 219

CHAPTER 9 Finance
by Dr Jacquelyn Humphrey 249

CHAPTER 10 Marketing and sustainability
by Professor Gianna Moscardo 273

CHAPTER 11 Sustainable production
by Will Kershaw and Marguerite Renouf 315

CHAPTER 12 Human resources and sustainability
by Dr Retha Wiesner 343

CHAPTER 13 Global environment
by Dr Brad Pettitt 367

CHAPTER 14 Global development
by Professor Gianna Moscardo 397

CHAPTER 15 Social business
by Dr Geoff Lamberton 427

Glossary 453

Index 461