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Librería Calamo  Sustainable Consumer Services. Business Solutions For Household Markets

Sustainable Consumer Services. Business Solutions For Household Markets - Halme, Minna



Autor Principal: Halme, Minna
Autor 2: Hrauda, Gabriele
Autor 3: Jasch, Christine
Editorial: EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS
ISBN: 978-1-84407-209-5
Año edición: 2005
Páginas: 208
Precio:   65.31 €

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Reseña:

The goal for consumer oriented business should be to make a profit and to do it without costing the Earth. Yet exactly how to satisfy the needs and wants of consumers without contributing to environmental degradation is proving to be the essential, but elusive goal for businesses in the 21st century.

The leading solution is to substitute material consumption with the consumption of services that offer consumers convenience and value but eliminate much of the inefficiency and waste associated with our throw-away society. Sustainable consumer services for households - services that are delivered to consumers at the premises such as home delivery of organic food, appliance leasing, mobile laundry services, internet marketing of homeservices or car pool schemes - provide a key part of the answer of how to reduce material consumption and waste while still turning a profit. Yet until now there has been little information to guide the development of such business models and practices, and to develop ways to make service-based consumption more attractive to consumers than object-ownership-based models.

This book, equally a practical business handbook and business course text, provides the missing link in sustainable household service competitiveness by examining the issues, looking at business models, providing dozens of real-life best-practice examples and presenting data from the first large-scale consumer survey that explains consumer behaviour and what they want from home service provision. The book is an essential resource for businesses and public or nonprofit organizations and housing organizations entering the growing consumer services market. It provides a wealth of business know-how on what works and what doesn’t, how to avoid potential pitfalls, and how to provide consumer services at the household level that are profitable, environmentally sustainable and that add to consumers’ quality of life.


Reviews
`this book represents state of the art knowledge about sustainable services. It provides rich and broad pictures of today’s situation, a possible future and ways to get from one to the other. Thus, I strongly recommend it and hope that it will find a lot of readers not only within the scientific community but also among the decision makers in relevant businesses, public authorities, and NGOs.`
Ulf Schrader, Journal of Cleaner Production

About the author(s)
Minna Halme is an adjunct professor at Helsinki School of Economics’ Corporate Environmental and Social Responsibility Research Group, Finland. Gabriele Hrauda is a freelance biologist working with the Institute for Environmental Management and Economics (IÖW), Austria. Christine Jasch is director of the Institute for Environmental Management and Economics, IÖW, Austria. Jaap Kortman is a member of the management team of IVAM Research and Consultancy on Sustainability, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Helga Jonuschat is scientific assistant at the IZT Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment, Germany. Michael Scharp is scientist at the IZT Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment, Germany. Daniela Velte is partner and senior researcher at Prospektiker European Institute for Futures Studies and Strategic Planning in the Basque Country, Spain. Paula Trindade is at the Centre for Sustainable Business Development of INETI, Portugal.
Contents
Win-Win-Win? Ecologically, Socially and Economically Sound Services * Innovative Homeservice Examples and their Sustainability Effects * What Conditions the Demand for Sustainable Household Services? * Who Provides Homeservices? * Drivers and Hindrances for Sustainable Homeservices * Business Models and Service Development * Rediscovering Immaterial Pleasure * Index






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