Anything But Neutral About Going (Carbon) Neutral [NOOK Book]

Overview

Gary Hirshberg learned about running a business as the C-E-Yo of Stonyfield, now the world’s largest organic yogurt producer. In his book, Stirring It Up -- How to Make Money and Save the World, he tells how the company grew from seven cows in a New Hampshire barn to a business with more than $330 in annual sales. Now he is sharing what that experience taught him in a series of brief, practical lessons on profiting from a sustainable enterprise. It may seem a drag on the bottom line, but sh rinking your company’s...
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Anything But Neutral About Going (Carbon) Neutral

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Overview

Gary Hirshberg learned about running a business as the C-E-Yo of Stonyfield, now the world’s largest organic yogurt producer. In his book, Stirring It Up -- How to Make Money and Save the World, he tells how the company grew from seven cows in a New Hampshire barn to a business with more than $330 in annual sales. Now he is sharing what that experience taught him in a series of brief, practical lessons on profiting from a sustainable enterprise. It may seem a drag on the bottom line, but sh rinking your company’s carbon footprint is vital, not only to the fate of the planet but to your own long-term survival. Here’s how.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012771438
  • Publisher: New Word City, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 511 KB

Meet the Author

Gary Hirshberg learned about running a business as the CE-Yo of Stonyfield, now the world’s largest organic yogurt producer. In his widely-praised book, Stirring It Up -- How to Make Money and Save the World, he told how the company grew from seven cows in a New Hampshire barn to a business with revenues topping $330 million a year. No less than Robert Redford said, “Gary Hirshberg dared to dream new ways of doing business based on his respect for customers, employees, and the earth . . . And it worked.&nbs p; If you buy or sell anything, or simply want to feel hopeful about the future, this lively and legitimately optimistic book is worth every minute.” Hirshberg is a renowned speaker on such topics as sustainability, climate change, the profitability of green business, organic agriculture, socially responsible business, and sustainable economic development. A New Hampshire native, Hirshberg was one of the first graduates of Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. He has received nine honorary doctorates and been named a Gordon Grand Fellow at Yale University. He was featured in the award-winning documentary Food, Inc.
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