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Sustainability for Retail: How Retail Leaders Create Environmental, Social, & Cultural Innovations

Vilma Barr, Ken Nisch, 1951527909, 1637424132, 978-1951527907, 9781951527907, 978-1637424131, 9781637424131, B09PXN2RP3

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English | 2023 | EPUB, Converted PDF | 43 MB

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Sustainability for Retail is an important international overview of the role of retail in the worldwide climate crisis.  Its focus is on apparel and related retail products, from supply chain  to the selling floor. The retail industry is identified as the source of  10 percent of the world’s carbon emissions.

This  book presents the notable successes that have been achieved in the  private sector. Interviews with leaders ranging from multi-nationals to  specialty collections, to reports on innovative technological  advancements.

Behind each story and report is the  strong determination of an individual or the commitment of  organizational management to establish and uphold practices that cut the  energy use, support providers of raw materials with living wages and  lifestyles, and mount campaigns to educate the consumer on supporting  products and the overall circular economy. Resale, reuse, and remake  comprise an escalating movement that didn’t exist even a decade ago to  extend the life cycle of products that previously had a high potential  of becoming landfill. It has become big business, sanctioned with  promotions across the retail board, from icons of mass merchandising to  small local workshops.

Sustainability for Retail  offers businesses and consumers insight into beneficial decision-making  for themselves and for the greater environment. The authors provide a  comprehensive guide to the forces driving the retail sustainability  movement.