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CSR Press Release

How to Make Your Company a Sustainability Champion

New series of short practical ebooks for professionals

Submitted by: Do Sustainability

Categories: Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility

Posted: Nov 13, 2012 – 02:30 PM EST

 

LONDON, Nov. 13 /CSRwire/ - Is it really worth the time and resources to make your company a recognised sustainability champion? And how on earth should you go about it?

Companies that will be fit for purpose in 2020 are addressing sustainability now. This short, expert book outlines a strategy for how to do that.


Praise from MIKE BARRY, Head of Sustainable Business at Marks & Spencer:

"The greatest skill in life is to say something useful, briefly. That's what Brendan May has done here. Simple, engaging and to the point, his book is based on years of practical experience on the subject of building a sustainable business, where brevity (and usefulness) are rarely the norm.

Read, learn, do!"

 

More praise for Brendan May's book:

"Rarely does so much good advice come in such a short, readable package. "
CHARLES CLOVER
, The Sunday Times

"A must-read guide for any serious player in the sustainable business movement. "
TONY JUNIPER, Senior Associate, Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership

"Here at last is a practical, common sense approach to sustainability that all businesses can follow. This no nonsense guide explains how each business function has an important part to play in the development and implementation of a successful strategy. Most importantly it outlines how such involvement will deliver commercial benefit and real profitability.”
RICHARD ELLIS, CSR Director, Alliance Boots Group

About the book

In this short, expert read, Brendan May offers a succinct strategy for joining the ranks of Marks & Spencer, Unilever and a host of small and medium-sized organisations that are putting sustainability at the heart of their business plan.

May draws on 15 years experience on the front line of sustainable business -- as Chief Executive of a business–NGO partnership, as an environmental campaigner and as advisor to multinational corporations on sustainability strategy and communications -- and outlines the emerging trends that will change the rules of the game forever.

By the time you've finished this book you'll know who you need to know, what you need to know, and the do's and don'ts in the quest to make your business a true champion of sustainability.

Click here to BUY this book or rent it for 48 hours >>

Publisher's Special Offer: For 15% off your entire purchase use code CSR15 when you order from us. We supply all countries. .......................................................................................................................................................

How to Make Your Company a Recognised Sustainability Champion is part of a new series of sustainability 'short works' written by experts, for busy, results-driven professionals. The series was launched by publisher Dō Sustainability in September this year. Forthcoming highlights include short works on: product sustainability, by InterfaceFlor's Ramon Arratia, sustainability standards by Adrian Henriques, SRI by Cary Crosinsky and reporting by Elaine Cohen.

Review editors and bloggers - sign up to receive monthly new and forthcoming book alerts - you can request review copies by replying to these alerts. ....................................................................................................................................................

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We add 3 to 5 new titles to the DōShorts series every month. Please add your email address here to receive our monthly new book alerts. Like Dō on Facebook for free extracts.

Subscriptions & shared access

We offer subscriptions for individuals and companies. Subscriptions include access to all published and forthcoming books. We also offer shared access to a single book for multiple users, e.g. staff or students. Email gudrun@dosustainability.com.

Review and inspection copies

Book review editors, bloggers and journalists can request review copies here. Course leaders can request inspection copies here. You can also email gudrun@dosustainability.com.

For more information, please contact:

Gudrun Freese Communications Director
Twitter: @DoShorts

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