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Geoffrey Sprinkle, Laureen Maines. 2010. The benefits and costs of corporate social responsibility. Business Horizons, 53, 445—453.
Michael E. Porter, Mark R. Kramer. 2006. Strategy and Society: The Link Between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility. Harvard Business Review. (HBS #: R0612D-PDF-ENG)
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The New Plastics Economy
What does it take to build successful collaborations between companies and non-profits working on sustainability? Jason Clay from the WWF presents an innovative approach.
Steve Howard, IKEA’s chief sustainability officer, claims that “Sustainability has gone from a nice-to-do to a must-do.” This is a great video for a debate on the relationship between sustainability and strategy: should companies go all-in on selling sustainability?
What are the advantages of collaboration between corporations and non-profits? The case of Starbucks and Conservation International. Tags: Strategy, Marketing
A great talk by Alex Edmans about corporate sustainability and the connection between profitability and purpose.
Peace, love and ice-cream… Great introduction to Ben & Jerry’s sustainability initiatives.