Environmental enterprise

Environmental enterprise

Environmental Enterprise refers to environmentally friendly/compatible business. Specifically, an environmental enterprise is a business that produces value in the same manner which an ecosystem does, neither producing waste nor consuming unsustainable resources. The concept is rooted in the well-enumerated theories of Natural capital, the [http://www.eco-ventures.org/index.php?option=com_bookmarks&Itemid=28&task=detail&catid=12&navstart=0&mode=0&id=6&search=* Eco-Economy] and Cradle to Cradle.

ee also

*Environmental accounting
*Environmental economics
*Environmental finance
*Environmental pricing reform

External links

* [http://www.environmentalfinder.com/ Environmental Directory : Environmental Finder - Your Global Environmental B2B Search Engine!]


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