By: RA Buchholz
448 pages, Figs, tabs
Written from a management perspective, the book addresses the development of the environment as a business concern. Discussing specific environmental issues, it presents management theory and practice as related to the environment and demonstrates how business is affected by the environment, including regulations and public pressure. It also provides examples of responses that businesses have made to these environmental problems. The second edition of Principles of Environmental Management: The Greening of Business has been updated to provide the latest information, new material, and a new chapter on management theory and the environment. New topics include the "greening" of strategy, communications, manufacturing, and marketing. It also presents an historical overview of societal consumption and production and discusses the responsibility of business to create a sustainable society.
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