Ecoflation (a portmanteau of ecological inflation ) is a future scenario in „Rattling Supply Chains,“ a research report by the World Resources Institute and AT Kearney released in November 2008, [1] caractérisée by natural resourcesBecoming scarcer and sustainability issues Become more pressing with responsible costs. The concept of ecoflation focuses on the environmental responsibility of the business of the organization / business responsible, rather than being allocated to the general public. Ecoflation represents more accurate pricing of the true costs associated with business actions[2]

See also

  • Economic impacts of climate change

References

  1. Jump up^ „RATTLING SUPPLY CHAINS The Effect of Environmental Trends on Costs for the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Industry“ (PDF) .
  2. Jump up^ Rattling Supply Chains, World Resources Institute, AT Kearney