Nick at Triple Pundit points us to the new and very impressive Dictionary of Sustainable Management, “an open resource of business-related terms that deal with issues of sustainability.” I’ve only gotten to browse just a bit, but it’s very apparent that this will be a useful resource beyond the business world. Each term in the dictionary not only has an “official” definition, but also a comment area, and a trackback-type feature that shows useage of the term in the blogosphere. I’m impressed not only because these students at the Presidio School of Management put together an exhaustive-looking list of terms and definitions, but also took advantage of web tools to make it a resource constantly in process. Very cool, and definitely worth the hours I’ll likely spend with it… Thank you!
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