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Luke Gulyaev
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The New Rules Of Green Marketing: Strategies, T...



I close with Chapter 9, which encompasses the in-depth stories and strategies of two sustainability leaders, Starbucks and Timberland, which exemplify a deep understanding of the new rules of green marketing and are laudably showing the way toward integrating environmental and social considerations successfully and profitably into their businesses. I then conclude (Chapter 10), followed by a full complement of resources from around the globe.




The New Rules of Green Marketing: Strategies, T...


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Like all new products, green products have had their share of whoppers: remember General Motors' EV1 electric car? Hefty's photodegradable trash bags? Earthlight compact fluorescent light bulbs? All these were doomed to the "green graveyard" for refusing to address one of the key rules of green marketing success: balance environmental issues with primary customer needs.


New rules and regulations could also push more companies to use the TBL. For example, the European Union's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, which went into force in January 2023, will require approximately 50,000 companies to report annually on their business risks and opportunities related to social and environmental issues and the effects their operations have on people and the environment. Meanwhile, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a rule that would require publicly traded companies to report on their climate-related risks and greenhouse gas emissions. 041b061a72


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