Cannibals With Forks

Author: John Elkington
Publisher: New Society Pub
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In Cannibals with Forks, best-selling author and green business guru John Elkington convincingly argues that future market success will often depend upon a company's ability to satisfy the three-pronged fork of profitability, environmental ...

Stumbling Toward Sustainability

Author: John C. Dernbach
Publisher: Environmental Law Institute
ISBN: 9781585760367
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1999, at 18; John Elkington, Cannibals With Forks: The Triple Bottom Line of 2 1
st Century Business 69-96, 1 60- 1 86 ( 1 998) [hereinafter Cannibals With Forks];
John Elkington, The "Triple Bottom Line "for Twenty-First Century Business, in
Companies in a World of Conflict, supra note 1 13, at 32. The WBCSD is currently
embarked on a Sustainable Development Reporting project including roundtable
discussions and development of guidance on sustainability and "triple bottom
line" ...

The Triple Bottom Line

Author: Adrian Henriques
Publisher: Earthscan
ISBN: 1849773343
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John Elkington's Cannibals with Forks: The Triple Bottom Line of 21st Century
Business (1997) offers an inspiring metaphor that challenges contemporary
corporations to simultaneously deliver the triple bottom line (TBL) of economic
prosperity, environmental quality and social equity. Why corporations? Hart (
1997) argues that while the roots of the world's sustainability crisis are social and
political, only corporations have the resources, global reach and motivation to
achieve ...

Global Food Security And Supply

Author: Wayne Martindale
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118699297
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9 Robinson, R. A., & Sutherland, W. J. (2002). Post-war changes in arable
farming and biodiversity in Great Britain. Journal of applied Ecology, 39(1), 157–
176. Sutherland, W. J. (2002). Restoring a sustainable countryside. Trends in
Ecology & Evolution, 17(3), 148–150. Elkington, J. (1997). Cannibals with forks.
Oxford: Capstone. Elkington, J. (1998). Partnerships from cannibals with forks:
the triple bottom line of 21st-century business. Environmental Quality
Management, 8(1), 37–51.

Sustainability

Author: Jeremy L. Caradonna
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019937242X
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Cannibals with Forks: The Triple Bottom Line of 21st Century Business. Gabriola
Island, BC: New Society, 1998, 70. Elkington, Cannibals with Forks, 74–85. See
this 2013 report from Environmental Leader: “Companies Increasingly 'Pursue
Triple Bottom Line,'” 1 May 2013. Online: http://www.environmentalleader.com/
2013/05/01/companiesincreasinglypursuetriplebottomline/. Accessed in May of
2013. See, for instance, The National Textile Center. “Annual Report: Strategic ...

Urban Sustainability In Theory And Practice

Author: Paul James
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317658361
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of giving cannibals forks (1997). It supposedly works to civilize capitalism.
However, when put in terms of 'cannibals with forks', the inherently rapacious
nature of the process starts to be exposed. And once exposed, the critique comes
quickly. Tempering self-eating cannot be a sustainable approach to economics,
let alone to the human flourishing as a whole. Whereas the Triple Bottom Line
approach, even it is latest variations of Integrated Reporting and One Reporting,
treats ...

The Green Halo

Author: Erazim Kohak
Publisher: Open Court
ISBN: 0812697561
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John Elkington reports some signs that the multinationals may be awakening to
the need for sustainability, albeit for wholly commercial reasons, in his Cannibals
with Forks, reviewed in The Guardian Weekly 160, no. 13 (28 March 1999):27.
While their concern may be no more than cosmetic, “cannibals eating their
victims with cutlery instead of using their hands," it is interesting that they should
be concerned at all. 61. Verbatim, including the abbreviations: “A system of views
and ...

The Chrysalis Economy

Author: John Elkington
Publisher: Capstone Ltd
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" SIMON ZADEK, author of The Civil Corporation; Chair, Institute of Social and Ethical Accountability, UK "Is this book in your boardroom, your CEO's briefcase - or better yet, on his/her bedside table?

The Designer S Atlas Of Sustainability

Author: Ann Thorpe
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 9781610910606
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A few starting points include the following: Cannibals with Forks: Triple Bottom
Line of 21st Century Business by John Elkington (Oxford: Capstone, 1997) The
Corporate Responsibility Code Book by Deborah Leipziger (Sheffield, UK:
Greenleaf, 2003) The Sustainability Advantage: Seven Business Case Benefits of
a Triple Bottom Line by Bob Willard (Gabriola Island, BC: New Society, 2002)
When Good Companies Do Bad Things: Responsibility and Risk in an Age of
Globalization by ...

Leed V4 Green Associate Exam Study Guide

Author: Green Building Research Institute
Publisher: Green Building Research Institute
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Greening the built environment means looking holistically at natural, human, and
economic systems and finding solutions that support quality of life for all. Triple
bottom line is also often used to refer to the concept of sustainability. The term
was coined by John Elkington, cofounder of the business consultancy
SustainAbility, in his 1998 book Cannibals with Forks: the Triple Bottom Line of
21st Century Business. First applied to socially responsible business, the term
can characterize all ...