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The author of the book: Mark C. Coleman
Date of issue: October 9th 2012
ISBN 13: 9781590792339
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The size of the: 7.96 MB
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Life on Earth is increasingly at risk. What to do about rescuing our planet, and ourselves, is a growing concern for people of all ages. Mark C. Coleman’s new book, The Sustainability Generation: The Politics of Change & Why Personal Accountability is Essential NOW! takes a hard look at the facts about where we stand and how to move forward. The Sustainability Generation is beyond simply another “green” book in that it focuses on the poisonous influence of our acquisitive culture and its root cause—entitlement. The “Baby Boomers” are retiring and the so-called “Generation Y” will soon receive the largest transfer of wealth in history. It is vital to emphasize the need for replacing our entitlement culture with sustainable growth by redefining our core values. This book provides a clear roadmap of how we can empower and enlighten ourselves. A new “Sustainability Generation” committed to environmental and social change promises us the greatest legacy possible—a future!
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Mark C. Coleman’s career has spanned strategic and leadership positions in government, applied research, industrial, and management consulting organizations, and has focused on the critical areas of energy, environment, and sustainability. As a result, Mr. Coleman has had the opportunity to have access to, engage, and work with a broad range of regional, national, and international leaders. Drawn from the richness and diversity of this personal and professional experience, in 2012 Mr. Coleman published his first book, “The Sustainability Generation: The Politics of Change and Why Personal Accountability is Essential NOW!”.
As an independent sustainability strategist and management consultant, Mr. Coleman has advised start-up and small businesses as well as Fortune 500 and global firms in the areas of strategic business planning, sustainability, enterprise risk, social responsibility, financial and security risks, product stewardship, and innovative practices for achieving business growth. Mr. Coleman has led numerous research studies and has contributed too many publications related to energy, environment, and sustainability.
Mr. Coleman has also led the development and facilitation of numerous executive benchmarking and knowledge-sharing workshops. He also serves as a business coach and mentor to small-and-midsized businesses, supporting the development of their business strategy for day-to-day and long-term growth, profitability, and sustainability.
Early in his career, Mr. Coleman worked as an energy analyst with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Since 2004 he has been supporting the growth and development of several well respected organizations within Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), including the Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies (CIMS), the Golisano Institute for Sustainability (GIS), the Clean Energy Incubator (CEI), and the Venture Creations Incubator (VCI). In addition to his work at the university, he serves on the board of B9 Plastics, a not-for-profit organization involving global water development concerns.
Mr. Coleman is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Master of Science in Environmental Management and Policy from the Lally School of Management and Technology. He received a Bachelor of Art in Geography and Environmental Studies from Binghamton University. He resides in Auburn, New York with his wife Aileen and sons Owen Patrick and Neal Garrett.