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green GOLD

Green to Gold is the definitive book on the greening of business - the leading guide to driving growth and profits through GREEN STRATEGY!.

How smart companies use environmental strategy to innovate, create value, and build competitive advantage

No executive can afford to ignore the Green Wave sweeping the business world. This book shows how to make sustainability a core element of strategy - and profit from it... Chad Holliday, Chairman, DuPont.

Read to learn:

  • Why sustainability is a new source of competitive advantage;
  • How to use eight realistic strategies for going green;
  • What mistakes to avoid in improving your green practices; and
  • How your company can jumpstart its sustainability program.

Why you should read Green to Gold

Sesame Street's Kermit the Frog famously observed, "It's not easy being green." Whether easy or not, environmental and social pressures are pushing more and more companies to ride the "green wave" to ecological sustainability. In this beautifully organized, crisply written book, Daniel C. Esty and Andrew S. Winston, both Yale professors, describe how sustainability can create competitive advantage. They succinctly make the business case for sustainability, and then provide a playbook of green strategies and tactics. The presentation is neither too abstract nor too detailed: It's just right. Nor is their presentation one-sided: They enumerate many ways sustainable products and strategies can go wrong. While some of their suggestions may seem obvious, the authors deserve praise for collecting so many excellent tips and tricks, and for describing them in memorable (mostly) jargon-free prose. getAbstract highly recommends this smart book to any business leader who wants to move beyond rhetoric to action. While Kermit's wisdom is doubtless correct, this handbook makes being green much easier.

About the Authors

Daniel C. Esty is Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy at Yale University, where Andrew S. Winston is Director of the Corporate Environmental Strategy Project.