America s greenest CEO and the hero of award-winning documentary The Corporation makes the urgent, compelling case that sustainable business pays.
Ray Anderson is chairman and founder of Interface, Inc. He's a sought-after speaker and adviser on environmental issues and serves on many boards, including that of the David Suzuki Foundation. In 2007, Time magazine called him a 'Hero of the Environment'. 'Part cheerleader, part scold, part dreamer ... Anderson is the rarest of hybrids- a born-again green industrialist.' Fortune magazine 'The leading corporate evangelist for sustainability.' New York Times
"Part cheerleader, part scold, part dreamer ... [Anderson is] the rarest of hybrids: a born-again green industrialist." -- "Fortune" magazine "The leading corporate evangelist for sustainability." -- "New York Times" "If we had a lot more businessmen like Ray Anderson, the planet would be neither bankrupt or overheated. He is a hero, and this book makes clear why!" -- Bill McKibben, author of Deep Economy "Highly inspirational . . . Essential reading for anyone, whether lay, student, or practitioner, interested in business success today and in the environment.""-- Library Journal "(starred review) "Fascinating, instructive, and very timely.""-- Publishers Weekly" "We are in desperate need of hope in this world, but if hope is to be credible and trustworthy, it has to walk a straight line to reality. No one does this better than Ray Anderson."-- Paul Hawken, author of Ecology of Commerce" ""It's a travel diary of sorts d