The papers in the special issue demonstrate that sustainable development is coming of age. For industry, what has been an ill-defined idea is now changing into a rite of passage, and as a result something solid is emerging from the fog of hyperbole. Perhaps not before time .
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Table of ContentsEditorialChristopher Sheldon, Green Inck, UK World Review Backcasting: A Natural Step in Operationalising Sustainable DevelopmentJohn Holmberg, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, SwedenDiscovering Sustainability: A Case Study of Learning through Environmental ScenariosLars Strannegård, Gothenburg University, Sweden, and Rolf Wolff, Copenhagen Business School, DenmarkThe Business Case for Sustainable DevelopmentRobert M. Day and Matthew B. Arnold, World Resources Institute, Washington, DC, USAA New Deal for Sustainable Development in Business: Taking the Social Dimension SeriouslyMaria Sillanpää, The Body Shop International, Littlehampton, UKSustainability through Incremental Steps? The Case of Campus Greening at RensselaerSteve Breyman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USAThe Sustainability-Promoting FirmPhilip Sutton, Green Innovations Inc., Melbourne, AustraliaDiary of Events