Journal of Sustainability and Green Business|
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ISSN Online: 2156-5317: Print: 2156-5325
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Volume 2 - December, 2014: (order printed edition)
Economic sustainability through diversification and self-reliance: The role of farmers on the north shore of Oahu, Nicholas Tras, Hawaii Pacific University.
Sustainability and water resources, Jeffrey Love, University of Baltimore; Vince Luchsinger, University of Baltimore.
Sustainability reporting: A work in progress, Walter B. Moore, Nova Southeastern University.
Small business environmental sustainability: Student-applied practices, William A. Laing, Anderson University.
Eco-friendly or Eco-frenzy? A cost-benefit analysis of companies’ environmental decisions, Sandria S. Stephenson, Southern Polytechnic State University; Natalie Rodriquez, Texas State University-San Marcos.
How the “Go Green” trend influences the automotive industry financial performance, Charles McPeak, Pepperdine University; Yun Guo, Pepperdine University.
Ecolabels and palm oil, Kalley Nicely, Miami University.
Volume 1 - April, 2012: (order printed edition)
Green accounting – a proposition for EA/ER conceptual implementation methodology, Heba Y. M. Abdel-Rahim, Sadat Academy for Managerial Sciences, Egypt, University of Florida; Yousef M. Abdel-Rahim, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, Assiut University, Egypt.
Going green: paperless technology and feedback from the classroom, Janna Arney, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Irma Jones, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Angela Wolf, The University of Texas at Brownsville.
A pragmatic market perspective on the cornucopian and neo-Malthusian environmental debate advanced by the Julian Simon and Paul Erhlich wager, Karen Spohn, Rivier College; Thomas Fitzpatrick, Saint Anselm College.
Sustainability initiatives, social media activity, and organizational culture: An exploratory study, Anne Reilly, Loyola University Chicago; Amanda Weirup, Carnegie-Mellon University.
How companies turn global issues into business opportunities, Peter Stanwick, Auburn University.
An empirical assessment of residents’ attitudes for sustainable tourism development: a case study of O‘ahu, Hawaii, Lisa Marie Assante, Southern Utah University; Hsing Ivan Wen, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa; Kimberly Lottig, Starwood Hotels.
Biotechnology: sustainability's silver bullet, Kaylene Williams, California State University, Stanislaus; Kerry Brooks, Southern Connecticut State University; Mary Page, Southern Connecticut State University.
A global corporate sustainability model, Gordon Arbogast, Jacksonville University; Barry Thornton, Jacksonville University.
The impact of the pursuit of sustainability on the financial performance of the firm, Michael Adams, Jacksonville University; Barry Thornton, Jacksonville University; Mohammad Sepehri, Jacksonville University.
Lessons of recessions: sustainability education and jobs may be the answer, Elmer Hall, Warner University.
A service-learning consulting project for undergraduate business sustainability education, Gerry Segal, Florida Gulf Coast University; Stephen Drew, Florida Gulf Coast University.
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