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Overall, I highly recommend this very accessible, well written, and timely book.
Esty and Winston have clearly shown that from businesses large and small, green can mean more than being good stewards of the environment.
I love Green to Gold because so many of the examples that Daniel Esty and Andrew Winston provide are a study in business strategy.
This book is a good examination of Why companies should consider their environmental footprint and how sustainability issues might be of interest to them. Read morePublished 16 days ago by David K. Williams
Received my book within a week. Highly satisfied with my purchase!!Published 18 days ago by Adela Barajas
There actually is a small amount of information in this superficial treatment. I reacted badly to the language used in this book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mountaincatbob
I ordered this book and several others to send to the soldiers in Afghanistan to give them something to read.Published 19 months ago by Cheryl T. Valentine
A realistic look at how companies will approach being environmental, when it is profitable. Only about half way through the book during this review but looking forward to the last... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Polymer Engineer
The book showed up ahead of schedule which worked out perfect for my son to use in time at school.Published 20 months ago by Christine M. Mullen
I recieved this book, which was used, in great condition. The book for being used and already read was very clean and no folded or faded edges and the price was incredible also.Published on September 6, 2011 by tierralatina
I read it because it's the new capstone book for ISU's MBA program (replaced The World is Flat). I figured I'd check it out to prepare for my Managing for Sustainability class... Read morePublished on August 4, 2011 by Antonio Canas
This book literally bombards you with examples of green business practices and advices how your own company can become the next successful eco-company with a sustainable... Read morePublished on February 15, 2011 by Frank Roettgers