Gaia education

Costello, Michael
July 2010
People Management;7/15/2010, p26
The article discusses the concept and business application of Daniel Goleman's ecological intelligence based on his book of the same title. Goleman says that objective of his book is to teach consumers and business organization how to evaluate their environmental protection efforts. He explains that sustainability evaluation should also consider the environmental impact of buying, using and disposing of everyday workplace objects. Goleman also calls for radical transparency that will make public an organization's environmental impact.


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