Energy Books

We are in the process of reviewing several energy books and this page will be updated upon completion of our reviews.


White Papers & Articles

Doing Good Report (PDF file)
Doing good: Business and the sustainability challenge is an Economist Intelligence Unit report that investigates the impact of sustainability on business today. Lead sponsors of the programme include A. T. Kearney, Bank of America, Orange, Jones Lang LaSalle, PricewaterhouseCoopers and SAP, along with supporting sponsors ExxonMobil and SunGard.

PEW Corporate Strategies (PDF file)
Getting Ahead of the Curve: Corporate Strategies That Address Climate Change
by Andrew J. Hoffman with contributions from: Douglas Glancy, Michael Horn, Scott Pryor, Mark Shahinian, Gregory Shopoff; The University of Michigan (Oct. 2006)

There is a growing consensus among corporate leaders that taking action on climate change is a responsible business decision. From market shifts to regulatory constraints, climate change poses real risks and opportunities that companies must begin planning for today, or risk losing ground to their more forward-thinking competitors.

Faulty Towers (PDF file)
A comprehensive report based on an opinion study of 100 UK property professionals.

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