The Triple Bottom Line in Buffalo: Standards for Economic, Social, and Ecological Success
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In respect to human capital, or people, the triple bottom line requires fair and beneficial business practices towards employees, the community, and the region. Such practices include offering fair salaries, safe working conditions, decent hours, healthcare, and educational opportunity. In terms of the environment, or the planet, the triple bottom line requires businesses to engage in sustainable environmental practices. Businesses aim to reduce their carbon footprint by carefully managing their energy consumption and disposal methods while also ensuring that limited resources are maintained in order to preserve the environment for subsequent generations.
Buffalo; Economic Development; High Road Economic Development; Policy Brief; PPG; Housing/Neighborhoods