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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/26/11 James Hare Margo Lepage Nichole Todd Sustainability and Triple Bottom Line Reporting
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5/26/11 Sustainability “Sustainable development implies meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” -The Brutland Commison to the UN, 1987
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5/26/11 The Triple Bottom Line Sustainability is achieved through attention to the triple bottom line. Also known as “People, Planet, and Profit”, or “The Three Pillars” The Triple Bottom Line includes these three areas: 1. Environmental 2. Social
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5/26/11 Triple Bottom Line People : Fair, respectable treatment of labor force, and community as a whole Planet : Environmental consciousness Profit : Income a business creates; revenue minus expenses
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5/26/11 Reporting Basics How to measure? Profit = $ People = ? Planet = ? There is no common unit to measure people, planet and profit
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5/26/11 Ways to Measure One way is to measure people, profit, and planet using dollars.
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