Triple bottom line


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Triple bottom line

Measuring the economic, social, and environmental performance of a project. This method of assessment aims for synergy among these three aspects rather than compromise or trade-offs among them.
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Creating the Sustainable Public Library looks at sustainability using the triple bottom line (TBL) approach, which focuses on how libraries can be more sustainable in environmental, economic, and social (internal and external) ways.
Blakey's book outlines nine leadership habits that inspire what he calls the triple bottom line - outstanding financial results, inspiring personal relationships and a cast-iron reputation.
And because this is a business book, it provides examples of a variety of companies that have undertaken efforts to improve their capabilities and outputs so as to achieve financial, environmental and societal success (the triple bottom line).
SFRE is an open-ended investment company created to support the globally growing segment of banks focused on serving individuals and enterprises in the real economy, while delivering a triple bottom line of economic, social and environmental impact.
No final da decada de 1990 destacou-se no contexto empresarial o conceito do tripe da sustentabilidade, ou seja, o Triple Bottom Line (People, Planet, Profit), introduzido por John Elkington (1997).
"Verde Hotels is proud to have signed this management contract with the Bakhresa Group, proving that going "green" is not only viable on the triple bottom line but makes good business sense," said Samantha Annandale, CEO of Verde Hotels, in a statement.
The theme for next years conference is The Triple Bottom Line and the Plastics Industry, and will see local and international speakers unpack the issue of how people, planet and profit are affected by the current and future plastics environment.
"Our triple bottom line and sustainability is that we have a duty as a corporate citizen to invest in up-and-coming generations of the marine industry which is an industry that has supported us and we return that favour," Clancy said.
"We work toward a triple bottom line, which includes running a healthy business, doing good through healthy products, and giving hygiene products and education to people who need them," the spokeswoman says.
Why she is a rising star: "As a newly promoted Isler partner, Faith embraces and embodies the triple bottom line philosophy of the firm - people, planet and prosperity.
The additions of these two concerns to bottom line make it to be referred to as triple bottom line. The argument for this concept is that, its shows organizations real economic profit (Henriques & Richardson, 2013).
Themed "Saving the Future", dunia's sustainability report followed a 'triple bottom line' concept that measures profits but also the organizational impact on people and the planet.