Sustainable Marketing

Series
Financial Times
Author
Barry Emery  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
456
Pub.-date
December 2011
ISBN13
9780273723288
ISBN
0273723286
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Description

Consideration for the ethics of business, social responsibility and the environment has put sustainability at the top of the agenda for many organisations and marketing has a key role to play in driving this agenda. This book explores the complex and challenging environment of sustainable marketing.

The author starts by considering the background of traditional marketing in order to understand the changes that have occurred over recent times and their significance. From corporate social responsibility to societal and green marketing movements, leading to the development of sustainable marketing practice, this book is the most complete and accessible introduction to Sustainable Marketing on the market.

Key themes covered in the book include:

·        Current developments in the marketing environment and their role in stimulating or impeding the progress of sustainability

·        The nature of consumption in relation to sustainability

·        The underlying attitudes of consumers towards sustainable consumption

  •   The use of social marketing for planning and implementing behavioural change in  consumers towards a more sustainable lifestyle

Features

  • Dilemmas: encourage you to problem-solve and put yourself in the place of a marketer facing challenging situations
  • Research skills: help to hone your research skills by challenging you to translate principles into practice
  • Getting started: provide helpful starting points for when you are planning research tasks and exercises
  • Professional practice: encourage you to think about how you would apply theory to practice in a professional context
  • Snapshots: offer a wide range of case studies from the world of marketing, fashion, retail, entertainment, tourism and hospitality, including Aga, Red Sky, Marks & Spencer, Primark, Muji and 360 Vodka.
  • Apply it!: short exercises that focus on real sustainable contexts and allow you to apply your knowledge and evaluate information from different sources

Table of Contents

Part One: Marketing for sustainablility: people, planet, prosperity

1. Sustainable marketing

2. The backdrop to sustainability

 

Part Two: Understanding the nature of consumptionand consumer behaviour 

3. Understanding attitudes towards consumption and sustainability

4. The evolution of sustainable segmentation

 

Part Three: Marketing as an agent of change

5. Motivating behavioural change

6. Reconciling product sustainability

7. Addressing supply chain sustainability

8. Communicating sustainability

 

Part Four: Implementation 

9. Managing sustainable change

10. The future for sustainability: Raising the game, changing the game

 

Back Cover

Sustainability has quickly reached the top of the agenda for businesses and governments. All types of organisations, from multinationals to charities, recognise the need to engage with economic, social and environmental sustainability issues and marketing has a key role to play in driving this change.

This book explores the complex and challenging environment of sustainable marketing. Tracing the development of marketing through from the original marketing concept via corporate social responsibility, societal and green marketing movements, the author explains the evolution and growth of sustainable marketing practice providing the most complete and accessible introduction to sustainable marketing on the market.

Key themes covered in the book include:

  • Current developments in the marketing environment and their role in stimulating or impeding the progress of sustainability
  • The nature of consumption in relation to sustainability
  • The underlying attitudes of consumers towards sustainable consumption
  • The use of marketing for behavioural change in consumers towards more sustainable lifestyles
  • The changes required in marketing tactics to implement sustainability marketing strategies covering activities such as marketing communications, product development and supply chain management
  • Planning for and managing sustainable marketing

Key features

Marketing dilemmas: encourage you to problem-solve and put yourself in the place of a marketer facing challenging situations and devising potential strategies

Research skills: help to hone your marketing research skills by challenging you to investigate sustainable marketing issues

Getting started: provide helpful starting points when you are planning research tasks and exercises

Professional practice: encourage you to think about how you would apply theory to practice in a professional context

Snapshots and Cases: offer a wide range of mini-cases and full case studies from the world of marketing, fashion, retail, entertainment, tourism and hospitality, including Aga, Red Sky, Marks & Spencer, Primark, Muji and 360 Vodka, encompassing a wide range of national and international contexts

Apply it:short exercises that focus on specific aspects of sustainable marketing theory to allow you to apply your knowledge and evaluate your understanding and progress in each chapter

The book makes an ideal companion text for the Marketing (Emerging Themes) unit of the CIM’s Chartered Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing. Sustainable Marketing is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate marketing, business and management students on both general and specialist programmes, as well as for students of sustainable development.

Online resources

Go online to the website: www.pearsoned.co.uk/emery to access a variety of teaching resources to support this book.

About the author 

Barry Emery is Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Birmingham City Business School, Birmingham City University, UK.

Pearson Education are pleased to be donating £1 from every sale of this book towards supporting the work of the International Tree Foundation


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