Please watch this 20-minute video about "The Story of Stuff": http://storyofstuff.org/movies/story-of-stuff/.
1) Explain the different types of "obsolescence" described in the movie and 2) Find one example of sustainable practices being implemented by an organization, a company, a country, or a city that aims at reducing its impacts on wastes and their consequences on the environment, describe this sustainable practice and the significance of its impact. Provide a reference to support and a min of 250+ words.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 10:13 am ad1c9bdddf
Planned obsolescence- These are things that are designed to break, and must be replaced when they do so. The consumer doesn't want to replace it, but has to do so because it is broken.
Perceived obsolescence- These are things change in appearance, making it obvious that something isn't new anymore. This makes people want to chuck the older things so they can have what looks newer. These are things like shoes and clothes. People know they will look out of fashion if they wear what ...
The manufacturing process and ways to make it more sustainable."The Story of Stuff" is analyzed.
Environmental sustainability in business
1. What is the concept of environmental sustainability. Discuss the challenges to sustainability faced by developed, emerging, and survival economies. Do you think the "green" movement is a fad, or is it here to stay?
2. What part should the government take in ensuring that corporations are environmentally "friendly"? Why?
3. Assume you are the ethics officer for a waste management company. The CEO has asked you for a memorandum addressing the major concerns the company should consider with regard to the environment. Create an outline.
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