• Strategic Supply Chain Partnership
    # 19 www.natlogic.com Natural Logic, Inc. February 2003 What is to be done? Overcoming the obstacles (II) • Provide training and development opportunities to improve integration of environmental/social SCM and core business issues – Train critical business functions (e.g., product development...
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  • nightkidd
    case of the automobile industry. A case study approach is employed for Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) in this paper. As mentioned earlier, we generally accept that companies and industries cause direct and indirect impacts on climate change. One fundamental question is how to identify and measure...
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  • project management success factors
    Housing is the critical issue in global urbanization which have a tremendous impact on the environment – both during construction and through out their. As the key element in urban development, housing plays a vital role in attaining the goal of sustainable development. Effective of project...
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  • An essay on food security and sustainable intensification
    goal of sustainable intensification is to raise productivity (as distinct from increasing volume of production) while reducing environmental impacts”28. Yet, not everybody shares this disconnect from total production. Actually, sustainable intensification is increasingly “operationalized” in...
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  • Term Paper
    recruit seven others interested in exploring a similar set of issues. The ten companies participating (below) represent over 30% of the current world market capacity. Company Participants in Sustainable Cement Project (The Working Group Cement) § § § § § § § § § § Cemex (Mexico...
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  • Tourism Futures
    goals from the Economic, Environmental and Transport domain from Queensland Tourism Strategy. Table 1: Tourism Planning Process Evaluation Instrument – Economic Economic Situation Analysis | Instrument identifies: Goals related to the economic benefit of tourism to the area and major economic...
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  • Advancing Sustainable Development
    out of the World Summit on Sustainable Development and other international regimes; and how this issue can be seen to be a leverage point for sustainable development within a broader framework of complex adaptive systems. • Research review: what the current research on the issue tells us...
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  • Master Degree Student
    Ceres stakeholder committee that included representatives of environmental and other NGOs, socially responsible investment organizations and a supplier company. Use of the Analysis We have used this analysis to identify issues to cover in our reporting and as an input to our sustainability strategy...
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  • Sustainable Development
    Development Plan (TDP) is planned for this year. The Case Study The basic objectives of the study were to: • Inform the mid-term review of the Tourism Development Plan (TDP) in 2003: to assess the environmental and sustainable development impacts of the current Plan in order to help the Ministry of Tourism...
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  • Sustainability Reporting in the Australian Commonwealth Public Sector
    proposed development of the European Union style Emissions Trading System called the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) suggest that environmental issues are critical to the current government. Consequently, the Australian public sector provides an interesting case for an exploration of...
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  • Financial analysis
    and disposed? How significant are these issues to customers and consumers in your sector? Do the social and environmental impacts of your products help or hinder your communications – should sustainable development be positioned as a core product feature, or is it more effective to focus on...
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  • A Qualitative Analysis of the Wto's Role on Trade and Environment
    groups. However, for this to occur, members must determine how the current barriers to progress can be removed and identify issue areas where alternative approaches are required. Further consideration of NGO perspectives and industry strategies would provide insight into ways forward that are not...
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  • Literature review
    Sustainability programs at HBCU What are HBCU’s and why is it important to focus on them? What are HBCU’s doing? Future challenges for HBCUs With the sustainable movement taking off and becoming a “real issue” for different societies, it has also had an impact on higher education. Source?) The bond...
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  • Sustainable Development
    social/environmental impacts is measured using the Lazlo’s Sustainability Model (eight disciplines to sustainable value management) which is a useful tool to show cost-benefit analysis in terms of a business case for sustainable growth. Through successful promotion and implementation of this model a...
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  • Htrtr
    sustainability across the supply chain is an emerging issue, there is not a clear consensus on its meaning, objectives, appropriate level of engagement, approach, implementation, measurement, drivers, and challenges. Thus, this project will take a company perspective to map the current landscape and...
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  • Reviewing the Accounting Communities Portrayal (and Implicit Understanding) of Sustainability: Policy Suggestions.
    are still reverberating over time. It is important to note that the impact of this tectonic shift in this economic strand will impact on all areas including both social and environmental issues and these consequences will occur into the future. An example can be given in the relation to the current...
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  • Management Classes
    Key steps towards developing sustainable corporate strategy 2. Determine Strategy • What is my overall ambition and positioning on this issue? • What are the priorities for us? 1. Input to Strategy Development • What are the key sustainability impacts related to my product? • What do end...
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  • Chinas Wto Accession and Sustainable Development
    would indeed provide significant support for sustainable development. The principal difficulty will be the definition of “environmental goods and services,” in particular whether this includes goods produced in an environment-friendly manner. The three issues that will be considered for negotiations...
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  • Mr james
    appraisal tool “to improve the quality of Commission proposals, to ensure the analysis of economic, environmental and social impacts of a proposal…”(European Commission 2003, p.7). The main aim of this paper, therefore, is to examine the UK’s EPA-centred EPI approach as a critical case of...
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  • Sustainable Engineering
    pillars – environmental, social and techno-economic – and that, in addition to the constraints implied, building on these pillars provides major opportunities for engineers and engineering. Sustainable development is thus not simply a matter of trading off positive impacts in one area against negative...
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