Panel discussion: Dr Laura Spence, Reader in Business Ethics, Royal Holloway, University of London
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Is part of Where next for sustainable enterprise?: Policy and research perspectives
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Published 2012-05-14T13:00:00.000Z
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Copyright The Open University 2012
Description Laura Spence presents a five part critique of current debates in the field of sustainable enterprise. Her presentation includes a review of the language used in sustainability discussions, including the ‘triple bottom line’ of economic, social and environmental sustainability, and considers the difficult trade-offs that businesses need to address in their efforts to become more sustainable. Laura is now Professor of Business Ethics at Royal Holloway, and Director of the Centre for Research in Sustainability (CRIS).
Comment Laura Spence presents a five part critique of current debates in the field of sustainable enterprise. Her presentation includes a review of the language used in sustainability discussions, including the ‘triple bottom line’ of economic, social and environmental sustainability, and considers the difficult trade-offs that businesses need to address in their efforts to become more sustainable. Laura is now Professor of Business Ethics at Royal Holloway, and Director of the Centre for Research in Sustainability (CRIS).
Description Laura Spence presents a five part critique of current debates in the field of sustainable enterprise. Her presentation includes a review of the language used in sustainability discussions, including the ‘triple bottom line’ of economic, social and environmental sustainability, and considers the difficult trade-offs that businesses need to address in their efforts to become more sustainable. Laura is now Professor of Business Ethics at Royal Holloway, and Director of the Centre for Research in Sustainability (CRIS).
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Title Panel discussion: Dr Laura Spence, Reader in Business Ethics, Royal Holloway, University of London
Label Panel discussion: Dr Laura Spence, Reader in Business Ethics, Royal Holloway, University of London
Title Panel discussion: Dr Laura Spence, Reader in Business Ethics, Royal Holloway, University of London
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