Waste concern[Initiative] by Laura Loffler

2013-06-01

The author, who graduated in Applied Economics from the Paris Dauphine University , is a student in the Alternative Management Major third-year specialization program, in HEC. She is also involved in the voluntary sector, as treasurer of the Pro Bono Lab association and as co-founder of Kaléos, an organic and fair trade coffee and cocoa company.

Founded in 1995 by the Bangladeshi Iftekhar Enayetullah and Maqsood Sinha, Waste Concern is an NGO, which is dedicated to improving waste recycling in Dhaka through waste recovery and its transformation into compost.

Quote article  Laura Loffler, « Waste concern », 01 june 2013, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Initiative]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/306.sls

In the same section

The Livelihoods Venture

[Initiative]

[Initiative] : Juliette Carcano

At a time when carbon market is strongly criticized, the Livelihoods Fund is an original initiative – created in 2011 by Danone and three other companies, that uses carbon offsetting mechanisms as a powerful and innovative tool to create sustainable economic, social and environmental value...

>>Read more

Reinventing Fire – Bold Business Solutions For the New Energy Era – by Amory B. Lovins

[Reading report]

[Reading report] : Clara Fourquier

With this essay, Amory Lovins provide the Americain public and private sectors with affordable, profitable and efficient methods and technologies to foster an energy transition. Opportunities lie in the sector of transportation, in the building industry, in the industry itself and in the...

>>Read more

Luxury and Sustainability: Cross-fertilization

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Aurélie Gillon

Luxury and sustainability may seem at odds. However they share common values, so that they turn out to be quite close and able to nurture a meaningful dialogue. If we think beyond prejudices, we can have a head start and show how - and why - to do usual things differently or do different things in...

>>Read more

The Plan B : for a global ecological treaty - by Lester R. Brown

[Reading report]

[Reading report] : Benoît Pireyn

The world faces various environmental risks of disruption and decline such as global warming, falling watertables, disappearance of forests, melting glaciers, collapsing fisheries, and rising sea levels. In Plan B, Lester R. Brown shows that by ignoring nature's deadlines for dealing with these...

>>Read more

Sustainable development: a necessary utopia?

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Yann Auger

Given that liberalism is the basis of our society, how should we interpret ecological speeches from a liberal point of view? Is sustainible development an alternative? Does it set limits? Or is it an extension? This thesis defends the idea that debates about sustainible development are actually...

>>Read more

With the same doctype

Initiative

The Tookets, a third sector currency «Tookets » is the name of both a... by Elsa Rize
The Livelihoods Venture At a time when carbon market is... by Juliette Carcano
The Novethic Green Fund label In order to guide private individuals... by Caroline Mollion
The Work Organization in the Company I... Companies creating long-lasting and... by Elie Simon
Proposal for a Regulation on European... The Proposal for a regulation on... by Marianne Rauche
MicroWorld MicroWorld is a French Web platform of... by Améline Vallet
Waste concern Founded in 1995 by the Bangladeshi... by Laura Loffler
Acumen Fund Acumen Fund is an American non... by Roman Baudin
Planet’Etudiants Planet’Etudiants is an association... by Alice de Rochechouart
Daphné’s Gardens Daphné’s Garden is an organic farm... by Sabrina Gonçalves-Krebsbach & Quiterie Zeller