GreenBiz Reads

Here are highlights from the latest books on business, sustainability and resilience. To share new titles with us, email [email protected].

Decision-making favors short-term rewards informed by quick measurements — but calculating in more qualitative data can help.
From ceremonies to harvesting and food storage, to political leadership, to gender relations, indigenous groups have detailed understandings of how design societal institutions to support resilience. But colonialism changed that.
In order to prepare for more climate disruption, the United States and others will have to "raise unprecedented amounts of money to cope with the impacts of climate change."
"The right change for the wrong reasons brings no guarantees," writes ecologist Alejandro Frid.
Informal waste workers have long managed the waste of the South, for whom new forms of collectives offer new hope, while the gig economy threatens to de-formalize waste management in the North.
Where food prices are 35 percent higher than the US mainland average, community members do what they can to address food insecurity.
In her new book, the writer and activist urges us to take this chance to create a clean economy and save both humanity and its only home.
Cowless meat, chickenless eggs and fishless seafood — oh my.
Looking to get your company to embed sustainability across its operations? Here's how to get buy-in.
While business has contributed to the mass destruction of our resources, it also holds the key to the solutions.