Who is a green entrepreneur?
A green entrepreneur are those that build sustainable business, or a green business, is an enterprise that has minimal negative impact or potentially a positive effect on the global or local environment, community, society, or economy—a business that strives to meet the triple bottom line. They cluster under different groupings and the whole is sometimes referred to as “green capitalism.” Often, sustainable businesses have progressive environmental and human rights policies. In general, business is described as green if it matches the following four criteria.
Green business has been seen as a possible mediator of economic-environmental relations, and if proliferated, would serve to diversify our economy, even if it has a negligible effect on lowering atmospheric CO2 levels. The definition of “green jobs” is ambiguous, but it is generally agreed that these jobs, the result of green business, should be linked to “clean energy” and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases. These corporations can be seen as generators of not only “green energy”, but as producers of new “materialises” that are the product of the technologies, these firms developed and deployed.
It incorporates principles of sustainability into each of its business decisions.
It supplies environmentally friendly products or services that replaces demand for nongreen products and/or services.
It is greener than traditional competition.
It has made an enduring commitment to environmental principles in its business operations.