The 4 returns, 3 zones, 20 years methodology, as proposed in this paper by W.H. Ferwerda, provides a holistic framework to ensure the productive involvement of both the private and public sector in ecological restoration efforts.
Climate change has rapidly emerged as a major threat to our future. Indeed the increasingly dire projections of increasing global average temperatures and escalating extreme weather events highlight the existential challenge that climate change presents for humanity.
Visions and ambitions on how supply chain management can contribute to global sustainability and empowerment.
One of the challenges met by green entrepreneurs and product developers who have tried to develop more sustainable products is that efforts to have better products in environmental terms do not always translate into effective business cases. The purpose of this book is a better understanding of the implications of environmental issues in new product development. Through an empirical study in the human powered vehicle sector, Luca Berchicci examines how and to what extent the environmental ambition of product developers and managers influences the way new products and services are developed. The understanding of this phenomenon is particularly important since managers are encouraged and/or motivated to undertake environmental new product development projects.