Sustainability – A Guide for Boards and C-Suites



Just published, this new book, Sustainability – A Guide for Boards and C-Suites is available for purchase. If you want to engage your Board, CEO, C-suite and other leaders in your company about sustainability, hand them a copy of this book.

  • Short and Concise – The book is small (~6” x 9” and ~100 pages) and easy to read.
  • Frames the Sustainability Conversation – This book will greatly help sustainability leaders create the right strategic conversation about sustainability in your company.
  • Companion to the Handbook – The content of this small book is virtually identical to the main text in the more detailed Handbook (see below). This small book is for the most senior executives; the Handbook is the desk reference for those actually using the Scorecard.

Discounts Available:

  • Bulk Orders – If you order through this site, get savings on bulk orders. Purchase five or more books, you’ll get one free; buy 10 or more books and get two free.
  • Students – A coupon code (email Gib Hedstrom) provides a 30 percent discount.

Note: Customers outside of the United States are encouraged to purchase Sustainability – A Guide for Boards and C-Suits through Amazon and Kindle here.


“A really great contribution to clear-headed thinking at a time when there are many temptations to chase the latest shiny object flowing downstream.” 

Terry F. Yosie
President & CEO
World Environment Center


“In this quick read, Gib Hedstrom provides a clear and compelling roadmap for business to navigate the challenges and fully embrace the opportunities that sustainability can bring. With his vast experience working with numerous Fortune 500 Boards of Directors, Gib “cuts to the chase” in outlining the critical attributes required for C- suite execs to transform their business. Coupled with the Sustainability Scorecard which highlights the mileposts on the road and relevant best practice examples, this book is a “must read” for business leaders wanting to engage and learn about sustainability and business growth”

Karl F. Schmidt
VP, Worldwide Environment
Johnson & Johnson (ret.)
Professor of Practice, Sustainable Engineering
Villanova University