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The Triple Bottom Line


by Vic Desotelle, inKNOWvate

In the triple bottom line definition, money is a representation of a balanced exchange of goods and services between people or organizations - accounting for the interdependent aspects of their [ecology, economy, equity], with conscious [learning, values, and decisions] being the outcomes for realizing a deeper connection via the exchanges between self and other. The triple bottom line symbol is a dollar sign with 3 lines through it.

Refer to pdf: Triple Bottom Line Management Framework


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