Radical green business book, which argues that we need to move beyond the short-term benefits of globalisation to build strong communities "living as integral components of a sustainable world".
'Governments and businesses who are currently unable to see beyond the current political term/share price will oppose this book, but in twenty years they will be quoting it as the "Bible for Survival"...' Finnish newspaper Etela-Suomen Sanomat 'Few writers have the cross discipline perspective to bring such a wide range of issue together.' That's Green: green and environmental news from around the world. '... an important contribution to the debate on corporate responsibility. Maybe one good thing coming out of the credit crunch is a dawning that a focus on the bottom line, without due regard to the broader responsibility that a business has is unsustainable.' Professor Anne Gregory, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Leeds Metropolitan University. '... as a business student with entrepreneurial goals for the future I found this book to be very insightful about the needs and opportunities of the future sustainable world.' Tony Paxton, MBA programme member, Helsinki. "Adapt and Thrive" reads like a breezy textbook, with both well-researched historical and topical details; yet it also is driven by one man's passion to bring about change. Sustainable Industries magazine, United States.
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