What are DōShorts?

Books to bridge the ever-expanding black hole between data and doing

DōShorts are a collection of concise, high-quality books for professionals. They address one sustainability challenge at a time and can be read in 90 minutes. We aim to make those 90 minutes deliver value on a par with an expert seminar or master class.

The collection includes practical ‘how to’ guides as well as framework pieces and business briefings that give an expert overview of cutting edge developments in a wide range of fields.

Millions of people will be introducing sustainability goals into their work over the next few years, or scaling up existing initiatives. Too much information can be part of the problem.

Our aim is to provide a source of inspiring, trusted and up-to-date information that distils the best available insights, expertise and experience, counteracts information overload, and cuts out the noise.

As the publishing programme grows, we aim to provide professionals with the confidence, inspiration and techniques they need at every stage of their careers.

 

Expert authors

Our authors — all experts with current experience in sustainable business — include: Brendan May; Sarah Holloway; Ramon Arratia; Carol Adams, Dwayne Baraka; Anne Augustine; Phil Cumming; Elaine Cohen; Adam Corner; Adrian Henriques; Gareth Kane; Laura Musikanski; Brian McFarland; David Thorpe and Mark Trexler, with many more signed up for 2014. You can find out more about each author on their book’s webpage.

 

Suggest a DōShort

What sustainability challenges are you facing? What would make it easier to reach sustainability goals within your job, or to support your suppliers and the people you manage? Help build a library of DōShorts that make a difference. Suggest a DōShort here!