The launch of Business as an Instrument for Societal Change: In Conversation with the Dalai Lama took place on the 10th September at the Power & Care (A Mind & Life Dialogue with His Holiness the Dalai Lama) in Brussels. The author of the book, Sander Tideman, presented a copy to HH the Dalai Lama, who commented:
“Of course, this is very good. We need to bring compassion into business; compassion is the best motivation for any activity in the world. It benefits others as well as yourself, including your business”.
While forthcoming on other humanitarian and environmental issues, the Dalai Lama rarely speaks directly on the topics of business, leadership and economics.
We are delighted to announce that the journal Business, Peace and Sustainable Development has been ranked by the Australian Business Deans Council in its Journal Quality list as a category C journal. The ABDC seeks to promote value and excellence in business research across universities, governments and industry throughout Australia and New Zealand. Continue reading
Greenleaf Publishing is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of The Responsible Investor Handbook: Mobilizing Workers’ Capital for a Sustainable World, by Thomas Croft and Annie Malhotra. This important title is the latest in Greenleaf’s Responsible Investment Series, edited by Dr. Rory Sullivan. Continue reading
We are very pleased to announce that the journal Business, Peace and Sustainable Development has been accepted for inclusion in Elsevier’s Scopus database. Continue reading
Greenleaf Publishing, the leading specialist publisher in sustainability and responsible business, today announced that it has acquired the Dō Sustainability portfolio of books.
Dō Sustainability published 50 titles between late 2012 and 2015. The distinctive book series, branded as Dō Shorts, set out to be concise, professionally focused titles that “address one sustainability challenge at a time, and can be read in 90 minutes”. The Dō Shorts portfolio titles include a guide to the circular economy, the use of digital media in brand-building, integrated reporting, and how-to guides on producing a sustainability report, measuring a building’s energy use, and valuing natural and social capital. Continue reading
By Dr. Kathy Miller Perkins
Note: this article is part of The Transatlantic Debate Blog series, which forms a conversation between Dr. Katrin Muff and Dr. Kathy Miller Perkins on business sustainability. Read the previous post here.
Last month, in anticipation of the COP21 meetings, my blogging partner, Katrin Muff, wrote about hope for a miracle in Paris. Her desire was for global leaders to come together to create a positive force in the world to address climate change. Now that the meetings have concluded, I believe most of us would agree that her hope was realized. The outcome of the COP21 was an ambitious multi-country agreement that moves us forward in addressing the urgent issue of climate change. However, as Jeff Nye states in the title of his recent SustainAbility blog, We’ve come a Long Way from Rio but the Real Journey Starts Now. He argues that this treaty merely “fires the starting gun on a quest to deliver a carbon neutral economy within the lifetimes of our grandchildren.” Continue reading
Digital publisher Greenleaf Publishing, which specialises in sustainability and responsible business, has secured its 100th university online library customer worldwide.
Ian Brown, Finance Yorkshire and John Peters, Greenleaf Publishing & GSE Research
The Sino-British College (SBC), part of the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology (USST) in China, joins other top institutions like Cambridge, Yale, London Business School, Monash in Australia and Copenhagen Business School in making Greenleaf’s online collections available to its students and researchers.
Greenleaf works in collaboration with publishers and NGOs such as Oxfam and the United Nations to make its online libraries the world’s leading dedicated eCollections on sustainability. Continue reading