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About this book
About this book
During the last few decades, development of the environmental movement has been placing more and more pressure on firms to acknowledge, characterise, analyse and report upon environmental issues and impacts. Many organisations and enterprises are aware that environmental issues are becoming urgent in all aspects of social life. In an effort to protect the environment, environmental management measures have been introduced on both a mandatory and voluntary basis. Perceiving the benefits of compliance is crucial for firms to act in accordance with environmental laws and regulations.
This book gathers the latest research from around the globe in this field of study and focuses on related topics such as incentive-compatible targeting to improve effectiveness of environmental policies, antigenic/allergenic rubber proteins and environmental regulations, Chernobyl consequences and the efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Overestimation of Chernobyl Consequences: Motives and Mechanisms; Applying Molecular Biology Techniques for Evaluating Oil Field Microbial Biodiversity and Environment;
Incentive-Compatible Targeting for the Provision of Public Goods in Agriculture; Combating Climate Change in a Small Open Economy: The Case of Austria;
Benefits of Compliance With Local Environmental Regulations: MNCs' Perspectives;
Ultraviolet-Induced Damage in the Skin and Cornea: Implication for Inflammatory Cytokine, Macrophage Migration Inhibitory Factor;
Spring Protection Against Microbial Contamination in Compartmentalised Carbonate Aquifers, Central-Southern Italy; Antigenic/Allergenic Rubber Proteins and Environmental Regulations;
Genetic and Environmental Regulation and Artificial Metabolic Manipulation of Artemisinin Biosynthesis;
Regulation of Non-Point Source Pollution and Incentives for Good Environmental Practices - The Case of Agriculture;