2nd Edition

Making Sustainability Work Best Practices in Managing and Measuring Corporate Social, Environmental and Economic Impacts

    The ultimate "how-to-do-it" guide for corporate leaders, strategists, academics, sustainability consultants, and anyone else with an interest in actually making sustainability work for organizations. An updated edition of a landmark book at a time when a growing number of corporate leaders are asking for urgent help in "getting this done".

    Foreword from the First Edition John Elkington, SustainAbilityForeword from the First Edition Herman B. “Dutch” Leonard, Harvard Business SchoolPrefaceIntroduction:Improving sustainability and financial performance in global corporations1. A new framework for implementing corporate sustainability2. Leadership, organizational culture, and strategy for corporate sustainability3. Organizing for sustainability4. Costing, capital investments, and the integration of sustainability risks5. Performance measurement, evaluation, and reward systems6. The foundations for measuring social, environmental, and economic impacts7. Implementing a social, environmental, and economic impact measurement system8. Improving corporate processes, products, and projects for corporate sustainability9. External sustainability reporting and verification10. The benefits of sustainability for corporations and societyEndnotesBibliographyIndex


    Epstein, Marc J.; Rejc Buhovac, Adriana