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Page: 1. Conception of Sustainability Marketing
mentioned in the introduction, the aim of sustainability marketing is to integrate social and environmental aspects in every step and every action of the whole marketing process. The goal is not only to promote environmental friendly or ethical products and services but also to enhance environmental awareness of consumers and thus ...
Other labels: consumer, product, sustainability-marketing, marketing, diagram, narrative-text, strategies, environmentally-friendly
Page: 4. Sustainability Marketing Values and Objectives
context, normative sustainability marketing concerns, shortly, corporate commitments to sustainable development that companies want to express to their shareholders and/or to the public. Corporate responsibility visions and aims are usually written e.g. in the mission statement. Numbers of companies publish their formal principles and responsibility ...
Other labels: sustainability-marketing, narrative-text, strategies
Page: Corporate Responsibility
Objectives: The main objective of this chapter is to understand the contents and requirements of the three components of corporate responsibility: economic, environmental and social responsibility. The aim is also to see the interconnected role and impact of these components to the changing operative environment and stakeholder requirements of companies and businesses. Contents ...
Other labels: stakeholder, environmental-responsibility, economic-responsibility, narrative-text, triple-p, strategies, customer, corporate-responsibility
Page: Energy Sustainability
Energy Sustainability Sustainable energy In 1987, the United Nations released the Brundtland Report, which defines sustainable development as "development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" (\Our Common Future ...
Other labels: climate-change, energy-policy, narrative-text, energy-efficiency, renewable-energy, sources-of-energy, energy, greenhouse-gases
Page: Sustainability Marketing
Objectives of this chapter is to help students to get a wider scope of the complexity of sustainability marketing. Main aims are how sustainability marketing differs from conventional business thinking and how it can be used to support  more ethical and environmentally friendly solutions on both ...
Other labels: environment, company, consumer, product, environmentally-friendly-product, ecolabel, environmental-responsibility, sustainability-marketing
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