Howard Brown recently published a chapter titled "New Business Models, Measurements and Methodologies" in the book Evolutions in Sustainable Investing: Strategies, Funds and Thought Leadership, edited by Cary Krosinsky, with Nick Robins and Stephen Viederman.  The book is now on Amazon in a Kindle edition. Evolutions in Sustainable Investing offers a positive investment philosophy that reflects the realities of diminishing resources and an increasing population and explores the market advantage now being experienced by the most efficient, innovative global companies:

Filled with interviews with leading practitioners, this book weaves a narrated web around best sustainable investment practices, guiding readers specifically on investing their assets and with specific sustainability trends in mind, such as increasing constraints on global resources.

  • Offers a clear road map to success by some of the most respected names in the field
  • Includes interviews with leading practitioners
  • Clearly explains how to get sustainable investing done

In his chapter, Brown argues that resources are at the heart of every problem businesses are facing today.  He demonstrates why the future of business will be shaped by humanity's growing capacity to generate more benefits for more people with fewer resources.

Brown is also working on a full-length book about dMASS and a shorter e-book focusing on several critical issues to help businesses leaders do better with less.  Sign up for the dMASS newsletter today to get the latest information on the books.

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