‘Sustainability in Japan 3: The pathway to regenerative business’ is a 256-page book sharing Fabric’s latest insights and thinking on Japan’s sustainability transition.
The book features 19 articles exploring themes around regenerative business and the intersection of wellbeing and work, including a foreword from guest editor and mymizu founder Robin Lewis.
The limited print edition is made sustainably by our friends at Ohkawa Printing, with zero carbon emissions and 100% renewable energy.
It’s available for ¥6050 (including tax, plus shipping). Shipping is available worldwide.
The digital edition of 'Sustainability in Japan 3: The pathway to regenerative business' is available online for Fabric subscribers, with access to the full 256-page book as a PDF.
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The primary theme in the report is ‘regenerative business’ – building new practices, future-ready organisations, and notions of community.
Our research identified wellbeing and work as a primary barrier to sustainable change, with the need to focus on collective and individual agency if we’re going to effectively tackle social and environmental challenges.
Our insights are drawn from unique data and research conducted by our sustainability team, including a national quantitative study and interviews with business, academic, and community leaders.
Some of the themes and areas explored are:
Like regenerative business itself, this report has been a collective effort. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to the diverse group of study participants whose invaluable time and insights have contributed to its formation.
We also acknowledge the important contributions each, in their own way, is making to the new social fabric, and stand together as a community of changemakers.