The Ecology of Commerce Revised Edition: A Declaration of Sustainability Topics for Discussion

Paul Hawken
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Why did the author feel that no business deserved the environmental award?

The author points out that there is a problem in what businesses take from the environment. What does this mean?

The author addresses the amount of waste in business, and he shows how it harms our world. Explain what he means and back up your comments with specific examples.

What is the difference between oikonomia and chremastistics, and how would the world be better if there was more of a focus on chremastistics?

Describe Pigou's solution in depth and explain how it could better the world.

What are some of the problems the world faces in regards to big business, and what does the author propose as solutions to problems caused by big businesses?

How can the people of the world unite together to save our earth?

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