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When a Sustainability ‘Concept’ Proves Its Point, Do We Still Need It?

When a Sustainability ‘Concept’ Proves Its Point, Do We Still Need It?

Twenty-five years after the term “triple bottom line,” or TBL, was coined by John Elkington, the author and environmentalist has announced a “recall” on the phrase. John Elkington came up with the phrase 25 years ago as a way for companies to begin considering social and environmental performance in addition to … Read more »

Gold Standard Projects ‘Deliver Billion of Dollars’ in Green, Social Benefits

Projects developed to combat climate change that are certified under The Gold Standard eco-label also deliver additional environmental and socio-economic benefits beyond carbon worth billions of dollars over the crediting period of the projects, according to research by that organization. In the research, economists captured and monetised the environmental and socio-economic … Read more »

Companies Increasingly ‘Pursue Triple Bottom Line’

Companies Increasingly ‘Pursue Triple Bottom Line’

Echoing the growth in corporate social responsibility reporting, a growing number of mostly small- and medium-sized companies are taking environmental and social stewardship further and becoming benefit corporations — companies that are legally bound to have a positive effect on society — according to a report by Worldwatch Institute. There are currently … Read more »

Green Building Benefits ‘Need Better Documentation’

Wider financial, environmental and social benefits need to be documented for green building if it is to maintain the growth seen in the past decade, according to research by McGraw-Hill Construction. For Determining the Value of Green Building Investments: A Perspective From Industry Leaders on Triple Bottom Line Decision Making, … Read more »

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