According to PIMS (profit impact of marketing strategy), an important lever of business success is growth. Among 37 variables, growth is mentioned as one of the most important variables for success: market share, market growth, marketing expense to sales ratio or a strong market position.
The question how much growth is sustainable is answered by two concepts with different perspectives:
The susta...[Read More]
201 pages , Columbia University Press , 1997-01 Ecology, Ulanowicz argues, needs a more robust central paradigm, and this book presents one derived from current work in information theory, ecosystem energetics, and complexity theory; the result is a theoretical and empirical tool kit better able to measure the developmental status of any living community. Ranging widely ...[Read More]
ECOFIT is multi-institutional ecological and paleoecology operation started in Lima in 1992. It specializes in montitoring ecology and paleo-ecology of tropical forests, in parts of South America and also in coastal Central Africa.
The program involves the study of fossils and soils of tropical forests particularly related to the Holocene period.
In participation with the United Nations Earth Summit 2012 the Bolivian government submitted a proposal titled 'Harmony With Nature' this proposal attempts to define a platform for global sustainable development.
The General Assembly of the United Nations approved by consensus two resolutions presented by Bolivia. The first, entitled â€œHarmony with Nature,â€ asks to convene an interactiv...[Read More]
436 pages , Concept Publishing Company , 2004 This Book Presents A Detailed Account Of Global Forest Resources And Principles Of Sustainable Development. It Will Be Useful For Researchers, Students, Professionals And Policy Makers.
Climate change is producing drastic changes to Earth processes and changing Earth's environmental status quo. Especially pertinent to human development is the threat of climate change on island nations. As sea levels continue to rise, island peoples and cultures are being threatened. As the former President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Christopher Loeak, noted "In the last year alone, ...[Read More]