ENVS 430 Evaluate The Sources Activity

ENVS 430 Evaluate the Sources Activity

Path to the Class Guide: library.clark.edu > research > class guides > ENVS 430


· Look at each of the six sources listed on this page.

· Follow the links and look for clues that will help you determine if these sources are credible to use for your assignment.

· When you’ve finished, click the “Activity: Judge the Sources – Explanations” tab on the ENVS 430 class guide to see the librarian’s comments about each source.

  Source Acceptable?

Your comments about these sources

1 The article, “Where’s the Green in Green Business?” from the website, Harvard Business Review, June 2002.


2 The website, “Smart Steps to Sustainability 2.0” from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. https://www.epa.gov/resources-small-businesses/smart-steps-sustainability-20  
3 “Like It Or Not, Sustainability is Now Core to Your Business,” from Fortune, Sept. 24, 2015. http://fortune.com/2015/09/24/sustainability-practices-in-business-intel-unilever-wal-mart-dupont/  
4. “Green Business Guide” from the U.S. Small Business Administration. https://wakizashi.www.sba.gov/managing-business/running-business/green-business-guide  
5 “Top Companies come Together to Fight Climate Risk in Supply Chains,” on the website TriplePundit: People, Planet, Profit. September 18, 2018. https://www.triplepundit.com/2018/09/top-companies-come-together-to-fight-climate-risk-in-supply-chains/  

The article, “Green Business Park Project Management: Barriers and Solutions for Sustainable Development,” from the Journal of Cleaner Production, June 2017.







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