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“If you have any doubt at all that doing right by the natural world is good for the bottom line, please, stop right now, wherever you are, find a seat, put the smartphone on mute, and read this freaking book. Yvon and Vincent aren’t here to bum you out about a planet turning to desert, or to shame you into anything. They affirm that the ingenuity and hard work required to clean up our offices and industries will be the most rewarding (and profitable) work we do.”--Brad Wieners, Executive Editor, Bloomberg BusinessWeek
The founders of Patagonia use their own experiences to lay out their vision for the actions of companies across disciplines and around the world. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tyson Bry
Interesting read. Could have been more substantial in content but nonetheless, it opened my eyes to new concepts and ideas.Published 5 months ago by Wong I Vern
I was expecting more... But this is a decent mid management corporate read. Something to get people thinking of directing their lives and the way the companies they work for exist.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Had to read for a class, I enjoyed it. Would recommend to others. Good tips on how to be socially responsible.Published 6 months ago by meghan
I can buy books from anywhere i want.
Furthermore global shipping.
I wondering about tax problem in Brasil but I would try later.
This is an unvarnished dialogue which allows the reader to own one's poor choices and take ownership of a responsible future requiring sacrifices worthy of ideals greater than... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Allen Hunt
I enjoyed this book, I liked Yvon's biography better but this book was also interesting and a good resource. enjoy!Published 13 months ago by Nora
The book is a quick read and common sense. There is a sea change needed to help companies do the right thing vs being only driven for profit at any expense. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dae Lee