Studying the elements and the organization of environmentally-driven community projects

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This article was published in 2018 in the international journal Technological Forecasting and Social Change, by Dr. Calin Gurau and Dr. Leo-Paul Dana, professors at Montpellier Business School, France. The article investigates the way in which local communities implement sustainable development strategies to manage the natural environment using an entrepreneurial orientation and outlines the main factors that facilitate the success of these community projects.

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