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Sustainable and Responsible Entrepreneurship and Key Drivers of Performance
Capacity for human civilization and Earth's biosphere to co - exist.
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Sustainopreneurship
Rahul Verma (Delhi University, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7951-0.ch005
Abstract
Sustainopreneurship (innovation and entrepreneurship for sustainability) may be a concept that has risen from the prior concepts ecopreneurship and social entrepreneurship through sustainability entrepreneurship. The concept implies to utilize creative business organizing to unravel issues related to sustainability to make environmental and social sustainability a vital purpose and objective while at the same time respecting the boundaries set in order to preserve the life support frameworks within the process. In other words, it could be a “business with a cause” where the world issues are turned into business openings by arrangement of sustainability innovations.
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Education of Sustainable Manufacturing in Curricula
Means processes and outputs that meet the needs of the current generation without compromising the needs of future generations.
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Metal Nanoparticles via Green Synthesis: A New Cancer Treatment Approach
The process of producing and using metal nanoparticles to treat cancer, considering the impact on the environment and the conservation of resources.
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Development and Evaluation of Cooperative Healthcare Bidirectional People-to-People Exchanges
To put in process the components or concepts needed to support and allow continuation of a program or idea.
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Sustainable Green Supply Chain Management Trends, Practices, and Performance
Are the green practices for meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
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Towards Sustainable Data Centre Operations in the UK
The creation and maintenance of the conditions in which human beings and nature can co-exist in long term harmony
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Vulnerability of Oasis Agriculture to Climate Change in Morocco
The ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level over a period of time.
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Circular Economy and Circular Business Models in the Actual Global Ecological Context: Various Approaches
The current economic and social development without damaging the natural environment.
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Promoting an Ecosystem Approach for Inclusive and Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Underserved Communities
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Fab Labs and Makerspaces for Learning and Innovation: The Case of Arhte Program in Brazil
The ability of producing goods and conduct business without exhausting nature’s resources and polluting the environment or, if not totally possible, do the less harm and take measures to compensate the harm done. Can also be used to designate the ability of an organization of being capable of maintain itself on operation, generating profits and doing the best that it can for every stakeholder and shareholder.
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Life Cycle Costing for Sustainability
Business activity that produces the goods and services needed in the present without limiting the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
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Renewable Energies and Urban Environment in Spain
Sustainability is usually defined as the processes and actions through which humankind avoids the depletion of natural resources, in order to keep an ecological balance that doesn’t allow the quality of life of modern societies to decrease.
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Design and Innovation: Furniture for Children
The idea that goods and services should be produced in ways that do not use resources that cannot be replaced and that do not damage the environment.
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Exploring Non-Financial Information Research: A Literature Mapping
It focuses on meeting the economic, environmental, and social needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
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Smart Cities and Sustainability: A Complex and Strategic Issue – The Case of Torino Smart City
A pivotal concept for sustainable development, involving the fair and intergenerational use of environmental resources.
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Slow Tourism in the Sustainability of Local Culture
It is that the life of humanity can be made permanent while ensuring the continuity of production and diversity. It is the ability of people to meet their own needs without compromising the needs of future generations.
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Corporate Social Responsibility: A Comprehensive Analysis
It refers to the balance of a species with the resources of its environment.
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International Student-Led Projects as a Means of Implementing Triple Helix in Universities
Refers to a mode of being, operating a business, or generally any activity that is conducted in a way to use present planet resources without undermining the viability of the next generation or the future of the planet.
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Sustainable Development in Family Firms
The quality of causing little or no damage to the environment and therefore able to continue for a long time.
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Sustainability of Social Enterprises
Ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level; avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance with focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
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Demarketing: A Marketing Framework for Overtourism
The ability to live without damaging the natural resources and maintaining the ecological balance. Sustainability means maintain of quality life.
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Factors Inhibiting Green Supply Chain Management Initiatives in a South African Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
The reduction of waste so as to maintain natural resources and the environment for future generations.
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COVID-19 and Wine Tourism: A Story of Heartbreak
The concept refers to trying to meet the needs of present generations without compromising the needs of future generations.
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Mindfulness into Action: Applying Systemic Thinking and Exploring the Potential for Developing Reflective Leaders
Capacity to endure and how biological systems remain diverse and productive indefinitely.
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Analysis of the Impact of Corporate Governance on Sustainability for BIST Companies
Sustainability means meeting our own needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
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Corporate Social Entrepreneurship: An Effective Dual Strategy?
Social, environmental, and economic concerns in every performed action.
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A Conceptual Framework Proposal for Digital Maturity Assessment and Sustainability for Municipalities
The practice of using resources in a way that meets the needs of the current generation while ensuring that future generations can still fulfill their own requirements, encompassing environmental, social, and economic aspects.
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Viability of the Sustainable Development Ecosystem
Thriving into the future. Necessary for survival, sustainability implies cautious use of resources, including curtailing waste and other threats to the environment, production that does not exceed what can be replenished, and cultivation of products, services and lifestyles that enrich rather than exploit.
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Networks of Action for Anti Retroviral Treatment
Involves a long-term working solution.
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Urbanization Violence to Nature: Reconciliation With Nature
Sustainability is a controlled use method to present the needs of today to the use of future generations without exceeding the capacity of natural resources to renew itself. Sustainability can also be called justice for the future. The size and scale of sustainability are variable for every usage. An urban, a settlement, a house, a piece of furniture or landscape can be design by sustainability perspective
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COVID-19 Policy Actions for the Recovery of the Tourism Industry and a Discussion for the Post-COVID Era
Sustainability is meeting the needs of current generation without giving up the needs of future generations.
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Financial Inclusion and Sustainability: A Contemporary and Future Perspective From Bibliometric Analysis
Sustainability is a goal to satisfy current needs without compromising the resources’ capacity for future generations. It is an intention of long-term human existence by conserving scarce resources.
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Is the Oil Price Hike a New Threat to Consumers' Buying Patterns?
Society's ability to exist and develop without depleting all the natural resources necessary for the lives of future generations.
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The Confluence of Sustainability and Governance at the Universidade da Coruña (Spain): A Case Study
The ability to continue its existence for a long time with activities that do not damage the environment and are in harmony with social and economic concerns.
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Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) between Businesses and Adult Education Providers
Able to last or continue for a long time and endure by being able to adapt during turbulent times. May have environmental, economic, and social dimensions, and encompasses stewardship and responsible management of resources.
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Sustainability of SMEs and Health Sector in a Dynamic Capabilities Perspective
Meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
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A New Perspective on Selecting Port Managers
Living with the future, consuming responsibly, considering that the earth needs to be livable for future generations.
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Farm Food and Beverage: An Attractive Element of Gastronomy in Agritourism
Sustainability is the capability to hold up a process over a period of time. It can be economic, environmental, and social. Agritourism and gastronomy is the best way of supporting sustainability. If the agriculture and tourism activities should be blended in such a way that will not be harmful to the farmers. The attraction of local cuisine should be unique and authentic, then only the visitors will get inspired to revisit that touristy place.
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Artificial Intelligence Applications in Agricultural Sustainability: Enhancing Efficiency and Resilience
Sustainability refers to the practice of using resources in a manner that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
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Integrated Management Platform for Homeless People
Ability to sustain life on the planet, considering the five dimensions: individual, social, economic, technical, and environmental.
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Sustainability Campaigns and Consumer Involvement: Effects of Altruism, Locus of Control, and Long-Term Orientation
Sustainable development, which includes the four interconnected domains: ecology, economics, politics and culture.
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Holistic Education as the Conduit to Humanizing the Economy
Organisations need to channel their resources, both tangible and intangible, in pursuit of competitive advantage and longevity. Organisational strategies should be equitable, social and transparent.
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Integrating Performance Measurement Systems Into the Global Lean and Sustainable Construction Supply Chain Management: Enhancing Sustainability Performance of the Construction Industry
Sustainability is the continuations of the activities that will be carried out after the termination of the projects with start and end time.
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Sustainable Initiatives and Organizational Reshaping in Food Retailers
Sustainability focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. The concept of sustainability is composed of three pillars: economic, environmental, and social—also known informally as profits, planet, and people.
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Disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility on the Websites of Portuguese Foundations
The ability to use natural, economic, and social resources to meet our current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to satisfy their own needs.
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Business Model Creation for Cost Saving in the New World Economic Order
This is how a company can work, focusing not only on profitability but also on caring for environmental, cultural, and social aspects.
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The Effects of Family Communication Patterns on Family Satisfaction in Family Business
It is that ensure the continuity of the enterprise by transferring the ownership and management of the enterprise to the next generations.
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Green Innovation and Sustainable Urban Ecosystems
It refers to biological systems that can preserve diversity and productivity over time.
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Dynamics of Sustainable and Ethically Responsible Business Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility
This deals with the way current activities shape upcoming possibilities. If materials are utilized at the moment, they are no longer obtainable for utilization in the future, and that's particularly relevant while the assets are finite. Hence, extract resources, including steel, and copper, are scarce in quantity and cannot be regenerated. Therefore, options for the contemporary capabilities available through such assets will be needed in the years to come. This could happen in the distant future, but the more significant is the reality that once assets are drained, the expense of securing the ones that remain increases to rise, because of the operational expenses of the firm.
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Environmental Management in the Wine Industry: A Multiple Case Study
Sustainability consists of meeting the needs of current generations without compromising the needs of future generations, while ensuring a balance between economic growth, respect for the environment and social welfare.
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Creating an Environment for Sustainable Leadership at Public HBCUs
The ability to be upheld, confirmed and continuously improve upon existing practices and procedures.
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Scenarios for a Smart Tourism Destination Transformation: The Case of Cordoba, Spain
Refers to the sustainable development of human civilization in relation with the biosphere and the territory ecosystems. For the tourism sector, the term “sustainable tourism”, formed in 1988, is considered as the ability of a destination to well preserve its environment, protect its population and its economy facing tourism development.
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The Smart Society Concepts and Elements for Assuring a Green Future
The concept that aims to prevent the overuse of limited resources and protect the environment.
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Research Learning of the Environmental Subjects in Case of Educational Polygons in Slovenia
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Marketing Approach for Non-Profit Organizations
The balance or harmony between economic sustainability, social sustainability and environmental sustainability.
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Knowledge Management for Business Sustainability
Sustainability is the ability or capacity of something to be maintained or to sustain itself.
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Measuring the Effectiveness of Organizational Development Strategies During Unprecedented Times
The state of being long lasting and/or reusable. In this context, it refers to long lasting resources.
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An Interrogation of Entrepreneur Perspectives on the Nexus of Sustainability and Entrepreneurship: Sustainable Entrepreneurship
The capability of continuously providing conditions conducive to a longer life for a group of people and their descendants in a specific ecosystem.
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The Interdisciplinary, Project-Based Infrastructure Degradation Curriculum at Worcester Polytechnic Institute
The ability to meet current needs without limiting the ability to meet future needs or identify new critical areas.
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Patent Information
The ability of producing goods and conduct business without exhausting nature’s resources and polluting the environment or, if not totally possible, do the less harm and take measures to compensate the harm done. Can also be used to designate the ability of an organization of being capable of maintain itself on operation, generating profits and doing the best that it can for every stakeholder and shareholder.
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Questioning Thresholds Between Natural-Unnatural: Urban Design Strategies for Cities in Turkey
The definition of sustainability in urban design requires a comprehensive framework of new urban design ethic to promote sustainable cities which connotes a new relationship between the natural environment, urban form and structure, economic and institutional processes, and social environment.
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Monitoring Environmental Performance of Agricultural Supply Chains Using Internet of Things
Sustainability revolves around the principle of meeting current needs while preserving the capacity for next generations to fulfill their own requirements, with a specific focus on economic, environmental, and social well-being.
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Social Emotional Learning in STEM Higher Education
A concept of maintaining the wellbeing of humanity, society and the environment, long term, and into future generations.
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The Driving Force of Local Governments in the Sustainability of Gastronomy: BAKAP Case Study Turkey
Sustainability, which basically expresses intergenerational justice, means that the ability to meet the needs of future generations is not compromised while meeting today's needs.
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An Entrepreneur Sees the Reward: The Importance of Intellectual Capital and Corporate Social Responsibility in a Company
An approach which integrates environmental, social, and economic aspects that all of them should be taken into consideration to create lasting welfare.
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Sustainability on Project Management: An Analysis of the Construction Industry in Colombia
It refers to the capacity of a society and of nations to implement strategies that allow satisfying the necessities of humanity today, compromising neither resources nor the development of future generations.
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Current Environmental Health Challenges: Part I - Exposures and Research Trends
Avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance, all in harmony and enhancement both for current and future generations potential that meet the human needs and aspirations without compromising the survival of other species.
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Development Education in the Age of COVID-19 and Climate Change: How Can the Sector Contribute to a Sustainable Future?
Ensuring the protection of the natural environment for present and future generations from growth-driven economic development that prioritises the needs of the market over those of the planet and the people.
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Inclusion and Equal Opportunity in Higher Education From the Sustainability Perspective
Sustainability is a social goal for people to co-exist on Earth over a long time. Specific definitions of this term are disputed and have varied with literature, context, and time.
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Modernization and Accountability in the Social Economy: A Systematic Review
The ability to use natural, economic, and social resources to meet our current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to satisfy their own needs.
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A Review of Future Energy Efficiency Measures and CO2 Emission Reduction in Maritime Supply Chain
It refers to the ability of the organization to maintain a certain rate or level especially in term of natural resources or ecological balance. In most literature, sustainability also constitutes the three bottom line concept of sustainable development which emphasizes improving the economy, environment, and social dimension.
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Sustaining Organizational Innovation
The degree to which a program of change is continued after the initial resources provided by a change agency are ended
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The Green Consumer Behavior
Sustainability is about protecting and supporting the natural environment.
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From Black to Green: Eco-Friendly Learning With Blockchain Technology
Being aware of the fact that the past and the present shape the future, it can achieve a harmonious and efficient life rhythm with nature.
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Employee Green Behaviour in Ghanaian Public Sector Organisations
Prevention of the running down of the natural resources primarily to help ensure ecological balance.
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Multidisciplinary Prototype for Citizen Practices in Social Center
Ability to sustain life on the planet, considering the five dimensions: individual, social, economic, technical, and environmental.
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Diabetes Tracker and Volunteer+ Software Engineering for Sustainability
Ability to sustain life on the planet, considering the five dimensions: individual, social, economic, technical, and environmental.
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Social Media's Influence on Destination Image: The Case Study of a World Heritage City
The balance between economic growth, environment, and consumer’s needs.
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Potential of Business Intelligence and Analytics on the Performance of Tourism and Hospitality Companies
It considers three dimensions: environmental, social and economic, interlinked to meet the needs of the present without compromising those of future generations and where the technology can support the three dimensions.
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From Traditional to Meta Continuing Education
Being aware of the fact that the past and the present shape the future, it can achieve a harmonious and efficient life rhythm with nature.
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Ensuring Inclusive and Equitable Quality Blended Learning in Zimbabwe's Higher Education: Lessons Learned During COVID-19
In the context of education, sustainability refers to the ability of an educational approach, institution or system to endure and maintain its effectiveness over time. This includes factors such as maintaining consistent quality, adapting to changing technological and pedagogical trends and ensuring equitable access to education for current and future generations of learners.
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Evolvable Production Systems: A Coalition-Based Production Approach
Ability for a system to remain aligned with its environmental requirements over time.
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Self-Laundering for Marketing: Maintaining Sustainability
The ability of something to be maintained at a certain rate or level.
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Sustainability in Fashion: A Mandatory Approach From Museums
In general terms, is the process through which the requirements of citizens are met, without harming the resources that should be allocated to the care of the next generations. This fulfills the particularity of including elements such as economic development, environmental protection, and the generation of social well-being.
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Tourists' Awareness of World Heritage: The Case of Tourists Visiting the Algarve (Portugal)
Associated to principles such as conservation, preservation, equity, long term, partnerships enhancement (see Agenda 2030).
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Conceptual Framework of Corporate Social Responsibility and Its Basic Roots
Puts emphasis on our obligation to future generations in the consumption of resources.
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Sustainable and Responsible Entrepreneurship for Value-Based Cultures, Economies, and Societies: Increasing Performance Through Intellectual Capital in Challenging Times
Is a dominant concept in today’s society, as it addresses the needs belonging to human beings and future generations to come, eco-systems and bio-systems, and environment, while being influenced by numerous components and factors, such as intellectual capital—as a key trigger for inclusive and resilient business models—, human, social, and organizational capital—as main sources for competitive advantages—, and organizational performance—as major accomplishment when referring to corporate social responsibility, good governance, good business practices, ethics, transparency, diligent, and correct business behaviour.
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Sustainable Business Models Implementation in Industry: Strategies and Challenges – A Systematic Review
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History, Policy Making, and Sustainability
Sustainability derives from the idea of sustainable development. This is an approach of development which lasts with an inter-generational justice. Sustainability seeks to maintain a balance among resource creation, resource depletion and environmental health.
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Integral Meta-Impact: Integral Theory and Applying It With Meta-Theory Methodology for Validation, Dynamic Insight, and Effectiveness
A term that encompasses multiple different perspectives and typically addresses one or more of the following three conceptual questions: 1) What are we trying to sustain? 2) For whom or what? 3) For how long?
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The Country-Level Determinants of Sustainability Reporting in Emerging Markets
The ability to continue its existence for a long time with activities that are in harmony with environmental, social and governance concerns.
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A Holistic Model for Linking Sustainability, Sustainable Development, and Strategic Innovation in the Context of Globalization
Sustainability implies that all human and business activities are carried out rates equal to or less than the Earth’s natural carrying capacity to renew the resources used and naturally mitigate the waste streams generated.
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The Impact of COVID-19 on the Sustainability of the Maritime Labour Force
It is to ensure the continuity of production and diversity, in short, humanity by using resources effectively.
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Customer-Oriented Global Supply Chains: Port Logistics in the Era of Globalization and Digitization
It means having the least impact upon the environment (e.g., decarbonisation), minimizing social unrest (e.g., income equality), and maximising economic efficiency (e.g., cost of production). We use it to mean environmental, social, and economic sustainability.