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The Ecology of Commerce How Business Can Save the Planet

By: P Hawken
The Ecology of Commerce
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  • The Ecology of Commerce ISBN: 9780887307041 Paperback Dec 1994 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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A controversial blueprint for a prosperous but sustainable future, arguing that big business, rather than individuals or governments, is the only sector that can clean up the planet.

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