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Harvard Business Publishing (2009)
28 November 2009
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Nearly all environmental organizations have a similar aim: to stop the degradation of the natural environment. However, the strategies which environmental organizations choose to employ are sometimes starkly different. Compares the models of two dissimilar environmental powerhouses: Greenpeace and World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF). Active in 100 countries, WWF works with governments, businesses, other NGOs, and communities to set up conservation programs to preserve natural habitat. In contrast, Greenpeace works to campaign for environmental change against governments and corporations and accepts funding only through individuals and foundation grants. Explores the detailed history and business models of both organizations. Includes color exhibits.


Land use; Social responsibility; Air pollution; Climate change; Carbon emissions; Environmental organizations; Natural resources; Biodiversity; Waste disposal; International business; Nongovernmental organizations; Environmental protection; Strategy; Business models
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