Proceedings of the second annual 'Sustainable Enterprise Conference' held at Wessex Water in Bath, England, on 31 October and 1 November 2008
A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 34)
Highly entertaining and noteworthy contributions from a long list of eminent thinkers. How do we make the transition to a local carbon sustainable enterprise economy (SEEchange) and how can the new economy help deliver freedom from fear and freedom from want — the two issues at the heart of the human security debate — locally and globally? How can you, your business, your place of work think, breathe and practise the new economy?
Table of Contents
Table of Contents EditorialMalcolm McIntosh, Applied Research Centre in Human Security (ARCHS), Coventry University, UKWorld ReviewJem Bendell, Associate Professor, GBS, and Jonathan Cohen, Senior Associate, Lifeworth Turning Point. Post-Enlightenment CapitalismDavid J. Vidal, The Conference Board, USA Turning Point. Doesn't Climate Change Change Everything? Learning Steps under Caring for ClimateCornis van der Lugt, UNEP Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, France Turning Point. Making the Transition to the Sustainable Enterprise EconomyJane Hope, Plymouth College of Art, UK Turning Point. North–South DialogueAlan Hunter, Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies, Coventry University, UK Human Security and Sustainable Enterprise in a Developing-Country ContextAnnie Barbara Chikwanha, African Human Security Initiative, Kenya Talking across Boundaries: Business and NGO Perspectives on CSR, Sustainable Development and PartnershipHelen Wadham, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, UK Emerging Investor Networks and the Construction of Corporate Social ResponsibilityMichael R. MacLeod, Bentley University, USADiary of Events