Posts Tagged: environmental impact

Circular business: collaborate and circulate

A persistent theme of this blog has been sustainability in business — hence the review of this book, a copy of which was kindly sent to me by one of the co-authors, Nancy Bocken. The bibliographic details are as follows:

Circular business: collaborate and circulate

A persistent theme of this blog has been sustainability in business — hence the review of this book, a copy of which was kindly sent to me by one of the co-authors, Nancy Bocken. The bibliographic details are as follows:

A theory of publishing: epilogue — book publishing and natural capital

In my previous post (‘A theory of book publishing, Act V: publishing as a capitalist pursuit‘) I analysed book publishing in relation to five types of capital requirement: financial capital technological capital human capital social capital cultural capital Here I

A theory of publishing: epilogue — book publishing and natural capital

In my previous post (‘A theory of book publishing, Act V: publishing as a capitalist pursuit‘) I analysed book publishing in relation to five types of capital requirement: financial capital technological capital human capital social capital cultural capital Here I

What does a publisher do? Procure hospitality services

What does a publisher do? is a series of posts designed to answer that question, interpreted not in the sense of “What functions does a publisher seek to fulfil?” but rather “What operations does a publisher (well, this publisher at

What does a publisher do? Procure hospitality services

What does a publisher do? is a series of posts designed to answer that question, interpreted not in the sense of “What functions does a publisher seek to fulfil?” but rather “What operations does a publisher (well, this publisher at

Green publishing revisited: Rethinking paper & ink

From Ooligan Press in Portland, USA, comes Rethinking Paper & Ink: The Sustainable Publishing Revolution, by Jessicah Carver & Natalie Guidry. The Authors’ Note explains that the book evolved from a booklet, also published by Ooligan (1999), written by Melissa

Green publishing revisited: Rethinking paper & ink

From Ooligan Press in Portland, USA, comes Rethinking Paper & Ink: The Sustainable Publishing Revolution, by Jessicah Carver & Natalie Guidry. The Authors’ Note explains that the book evolved from a booklet, also published by Ooligan (1999), written by Melissa

Green publishing?

By ‘green publishing’ I refer to the issue of the environmental impacts of publishing, rather than the publishing of books about the environmental. On the former there has over the last decade been a growing debate – some of it

Green publishing?

By ‘green publishing’ I refer to the issue of the environmental impacts of publishing, rather than the publishing of books about the environmental. On the former there has over the last decade been a growing debate – some of it