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Bill Shireman is one of Americas leading environmental advocates. Called a master of environmental entrepreneurism, he develops profitable strategies for sustainability. As head of the largest recycling lobby in the country, Shireman wrote Californias bottle bill recycling law. He then brokered deals between some of the worlds largest corporations and most impassioned activistsfrom Coca-Cola, Coors, Nike, Mitsubishi, and Weyerhaeuser, to Greenpeace, Rainforest Action Network, and the Sierra Clubto recycle over 100 billion beverage containers, help save millions of acres of forest, and harness corporate buying power to drive down consumption of nonsustainable resources. Today he is CEO of Global Futures, serves as President of the Future 500, and leads a Corporate Accountability Practice (CAP) in partnership with Manning Selvage & Lee.
Loved the work and the story that Tachi Kiuchi explored in these pagesl.Published 4 months ago by Anthony
Wow, how fortunate we are to still have rainforests that can teach us so much.
I was surprised that that the authors never visited the oldest rainforests in the world,... Read more
This title of this book is an alluring theme but the book is, upon reading, virtually worthless. The analogy between a natural ecosystem and an economic system is clear enough and... Read morePublished on August 7, 2002 by Nottingham
Bill Shireman and Tachi Kiuchi's book is an accessible, well written treatise on the economic and social power of applying natural principles to business. Read morePublished on February 28, 2002