Sustainable Conservation (SusCon) is a non-profit environment in San Francisco, working together with the private and public sectors to achieve positive environmental changes. The organization forms partnerships with industry and government agencies to develop solutions to environmental problems that are both economically and environmentally beneficial. After 10 years working exclusively on California, the organization is about to expand its reach outside of the state … Read more »

Sustainable Conservation (SusCon) is a non-profit environment in San Francisco, working together with the private and public sectors to achieve positive environmental changes. The organization forms partnerships with industry and government agencies to develop solutions to environmental problems that are both economically and environmentally beneficial. After 10 years working exclusively on California, the organization is about to expand its reach outside of the state as a step towards international expansion. The case examines SusCon approach to improving the environment and contrasts them to the most common strategies used by other conservation organizations. It also uses one of the most successful organization projects, the dairy initiative as an example of how the organization operates. The case touched on the problems and challenges that non-profit organizations in determining whether and how to [go to scale.]
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Jane Wei-Skillern,
Velina Peneva
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 25, 2003. Prod #: 304017-PDF-ENG
Sustainable Conservation – Where Next? HBR case solution

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