CPSL’s Top 40 Sustainability Books of 2010

We have had a brilliant week here at Greenleaf with seven of our titles featured on this year’s ‘2010 State of Sustainability Leadership Report‘ complied by by the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership.

We would like to offer our congratulations to :

Nick Lakin & Veronica Scheubel (Corporate Community Involvement)
Elaine Cohen (CSR for HR)
Céline Louche, Samuel O. Idowu & Walter Leal Filho (Innovative CSR)
Jacquelyn A Ottman (The New Rules of Green Marketing)
Philip Monaghan (Sustainability in Austerity)
CPSL & Wayne Visser (The Top 50 Sustainability Books)
Wayne Visser & Nick Tolhurst (The World Guide to CSR)

To celebrate our authors’ success, we would like to provide our readers with a 40% discount off the list price of each of these titles. Simply go to our website to take advantage of this offer.

The 2010 Top 40 Sustainability Books by CPSL

1. Accounting for Sustainability
(Anthony Hopwood, Jeffrey Unerman & Jessica Fries)

2. Adaptation to Climate Change in Southern Africa
(Steffen Bauer & Imme Scholz)

3. A Blueprint for a Safer Planet
(Nicholas Stern)

4. Building Social Business
(Muhammad Yunus)

5. Cents and Sustainability
(Michael H. Smith, Karlson ‘Charlie’ Hargroves & Cheryl Desh)

6. The Climate Files
(Fred Pearce)

7. Corporate Community Involvement
(Nick Lakin & Veronica Scheubel)

8. CSR for HR
(Elaine Cohen)

9. CSR Strategies
(Sri Urip)

10. Dynamic Sustainabilities
(Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones & Andy Stirling)

11. The Economics of Climate Change in China
(FAN Gang, Nicholas Stern, Ottmar Edenhofer, XU Shanda, Klas Eklund, Frank Ackerman, Lailai LI and Karl Hallding)

12. Factor Five
(Ernst von Weizsacker Karlson ‘Charlie’ Hargroves, Michael H Smith, Cheryl Desha & Peter Stasinopoulos)

13. Freefall
(Joseph E Stiglitz)

14. Globalizing Responsibility
(Clive Barnett, Paul Cloke, Nick Clarke & Alice Malpass)

15. Finders Keepers?
(Terence Daintit)

16. Harmony
(HRH The Prince of Wales, Tony Juniper and Ian Skelly)

17. How Bad Are Bananas?
(Mike Berners-Lee)

18. Innovative CSR
(Céline Louche, Samuel O. Idowu & Walter Leal Filho)

19. Integrated Sustainable Design of Buildings
(Paul Appleby)

20. Nature and Culture
(Sarah Pilgrim and Jules Prett)

21. The New Pioneers
(Tania Ellis)

22. The New Rules of Green Marketing
(Jacquelyn A Ottman)

23. Next Generation Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid
(Ted London & Stuart L Hart)

24. Our Choice
(Al Gore)

25. Peoplequake
(Fred Pearce)

26. The Positive Deviant
(Sara Parkin)

27. The Power of Sustainable Thinking
(Bob Doppelt)

28. Prosperity Without Growth
(Tim Jackson)

29. Requiem for a Species
(Clive Hamilton)

30. Responsible Business
(Manfred Pohl & Nick Tolhurst)

31. The Responsibility Revolution
(Jeffrey Hollender & Bill Breen)

32. Smart Solutions to Climate Change
(Bjorn Lomborg)

33. The Spirit Level
(Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett)

34. Sustainability Education
(Paula Jones, David Selby & Stephen Sterlin

35. Sustainability in Austerity
(Philip Monaghan)

36. The Sustainable MBA
(Giselle Weybrecht)

37. Tackling Wicked Problems
(Valerie A Brown, John A Harris & Jacqueline Y Russell)

38. Too Smart for Our Own Good
(Craig Dilworth)

39. The Top 50 Sustainability Books
(CPSL, Wayne Visser)

40. The World Guide to CSR
(Wayne Visser & Nick Tolhurst)

Penny Walker

Greenleaf Publishing

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4 thoughts on “CPSL’s Top 40 Sustainability Books of 2010

  1. Excellent news! Thanks for the congrats, and our big thanks to Greenleaf for all the support and all the ongoing promotional work. Congratulations also to Elaine and all the other authors!

    Veronica
    Corporate Community Involvement: The Definitive Guide

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