Four Quadrants of Sustainability
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This chapter explains in detail with case study examples, what each other the four quadrants of the sustainability lens (SL) are and how they can be understood and realized in today’s business environment. The four SL quadrants are resources—where things come from: health—impact and engagement; policy—advocacy and influence; and exchange—accessibility and distribution.
KeywordsSustainability lens Empowerment Resources Health policy Exchange Patagonia Fair trade Organic
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