Environnement

Longtemps, la durabilité n'a été qu'un terme abstrait. Les changements récents tels que le réchauffement climatique, la pénurie de ressources naturelles et la démographie galopante, lui ont donné sa véritable signification. L'activité commerciale durable est la clé du succès à l'avenir.

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Economist Intelligence Unit

EIU, 2016

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Todd Alexander Litman

Victoria Transport Policy Institute, 2015

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Fergus Green and Nicholas Stern

LSE, 2016

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Sustainable Development Solutions Network Secretariat

Sustainable Development Solutions Network, 2015

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Andy Gouldson et al.

SEI, 2014

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Suzanne Goldenberg

The Guardian, 2016

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Charles W. Schmidt

EHP, 2016

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Jessa Gamble

Aeon, 2016

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Global Agenda Council on the Future of Cities

World Economic Forum, 2015

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Maddie Stone

Gizmodo, 2016

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Sarah Darwin and Stephen Cave

Aeon, 2016

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Malcolm Gladwell

The New Yorker, 2015

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Lindsay Wilson

Shrink That Footprint © 2013, 2013

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United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

United Nations Office at Geneva © 2015, 2015

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John Austin and Susan Zielinski

Michigan Economic Center © 2015, 2015

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Loretta Hall

Loretta Hall © 2014, 2014

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Conrad B. MacKerron

As You Sow, 2015

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Tom Papworth

Adam Smith Institute © 2015, 2015

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Jeff Inglis and John Rumpler

PennEnvironment © 2015, 2015

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