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Clean Tech Clean Profits: Using Effective Innovation and Sustainable Business Practices to Win in the New Low-Carbon Economy

Clean Tech Clean Profits: Using Effective Innovation and Sustainable Business Practices to Win in the New Low-Carbon Economy

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Through a mixture of innovation and regulation, a future is being mapped out free of carbon and pollutants. The consequences of these changes could be as far-reaching as those triggered in the last 25 years by the web. Just as many winners and losers are likely to be created by the squeeze on carbon and the growth of clean technologies.
Designed for a wide management audience, Clean Tech, Clean Profits provides a practical guide to how organizations can re-think their operations, develop an innovative response, commercialize clean technologies and improve their efficiency. Its emphasis is on the specific steps that can be taken now in reviewing options, drawing up plans, upgrading a process, writing a specification or making an investment.



Author: Adam Jolly
Publisher: Kogan Page
Published: 07/29/2014
Pages: 264
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.37lbs
Size: 9.61h x 6.69w x 0.63d
ISBN: 9780749470418

About the Author
Adam Jolly is a business writer and editor, specializing in the management of growth, innovation, technology and risk. He is the consultant editor for a number of other titles, including The Innovation Handbook, The Growing Business Handbook and The Handbook of European Intellectual Property Management (Kogan Page). Contributors: Katherine Adams, BRERaymond Alcorn, Beaufort Research Paul Allen, Centre for Alternative Technology
Catherine Anderson, AECOMJeremy Biggs, Narec CapitalMatt Bonass, Bird & BirdProfessor Mike Bradley, The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology, University of GreenwichCees Buisman, Wetsus
Nick Cottam, ERMDr Mark Crittenden, OXISGordon Dalton, Beaufort ResearchGeorge Day, Energy Technologies Institute
Andy Eastlake, Low Carbon Vehicle PartnershipMelanie Eddis, ERMHuw Hampson-Jones, OXISDavid Handley, RESMark Healy, Beaufort ResearchJodie Huggett, 4EcoLeon Korving, WetsusProfessor Duncan Laxen, Air Quality Consultants LtdLiam Lidstone, Energy Technologies Institute
Ellen MacArthur, Ellen MacArthur FoundationNick Medic, RenewableUKAndrew Mitchell, CleanWeb FactoryIan Nicholson, Responsible SolutionsMichael O'Connor, Beaufort ResearchPaul Priestman, PriestmangoodeMichael Rudd, Bird & Bird
Rob Saunders, Technology Strategy BoardJudith Shapiro, Carbon Capture & Storage AssociationRob Shuttleworth, UKLPGRichard Solomon, KSR ArchitectsGodfrey Spickernell, Atlantic SupergridNick Sutcliffe, Mewburn EllisLee Sutton, 4Eco
Mark Thompson, Energy Innovation Centre
Martin Queen, Energy Innovation Centre
Tom Woollard, ERM

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