Sustainability — a way to prevent energy-related risks — is the buzzword of the last decade. This trend demands radical rethinking on how society lives, consumes and produces. Herein, we focus on electric cars, which is the result of sustainable processes and initiatives in the car industry. The case of Renault illustrates how the firm based its sustainable strategy on its absorptive capacities.
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Castellano, Sylvaine, Adnane Maâlaoui, and Judith Schrempf. "Le Développement Durable Comme Mode De Prévention Des Risques énergétiques : Une Approche Par Les Capacités D'absorption. Le Cas De La Voiture électrique Chez Renault." Management & Avenir 42, no. 2 (March 2011): 359. doi:10.3917/mav.042.0359.
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