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NETpositive @Sustainable Brands

Developing a NETpositive Strategy
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Chris West

on 16 February 2013

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Transcript of NETpositive @Sustainable Brands

What is a NETpositive approach? A NETpositive organisation makes an explicit and verifiable contribution to the diversity, resilience and health of natural environments and human societies. What does your sustainability strategy look like? What is a NETpositive Strategy? Or like this? Like this? A strategy which seeks to enhance the positive contribution of an organisation whilst reducing the negative impacts that it has. What's next? We are working with NETpositive initiatives around the globe to support organisations to explore, challenge and transform.

We are focusing on supporting SMEs develop NETpositive approaches.

Priority sectors are based around Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs:
Food, Energy, Water, Shelter

We are bringing together a community of good practice from academia, business and NGOs. "Keep your positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your positive because your words become your behaviour. Keep your positive because your behaviour becomes your habits. Keep your positive because your habits become your values. Keep your positive because your values become your ." 
Introductions
Case Studies - Brief we promise!
NETpositive Analysis
NETpositive Innovation CASE STUDIES Appraisal for an SME Small hairdressing salon in the middle of a housing estate in York. Where do you draw the boundaries of impact?

How do you determine timescales for your response?

How do you know you are NETpositive?

What would be the best way to use this approach with your value chain? WHAT WE ARE GOING TO DO! Next Steps!! ---> Action Plan You sit in a small building in a row of 7 shops. You have been running for 10 years. You clean all of your own towels and kit. Cut, wash, dry, colour, hair extensions and style hair www.net-positive.org Positive and negative (we need to celebrate the good we do!)
- Mohandas K. Gandhi thoughts words behaviour habits values DESTINY It works to reduce organisational impacts that undermine these goals and strengthen those that support them. It does this within timescales that count! Step 1: Step 2: What are my impacts? Step 3: What do I do? What can I do to reduce the negative and increase the positive? You do mostly women's hair. INNOVATION
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