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Greening the Corporation Management Strategy and the Environmental Challenge

By: Peter Thayer Robbins
198 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
Greening the Corporation
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  • Greening the Corporation ISBN: 9781853837722 Paperback Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Exposing the contradictions seen in businesses taking environmental and social concerns into account whilst pursuing profitability above all, this study presents illuminating case studies of different corporate approaches and solutions to the dilemmas involved.


Environmental Challenges - Corporate Responses - Theories of Corporate Greening - Management Responses to Environmental Challenges - Traditional Corporate Cultures - The Social-Environmental Corporate Culture - Shades of Green - Bibliography, Index

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Peter Robbins is a lecturer in Applied Social Science at Cranfield University
By: Peter Thayer Robbins
198 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
Media reviews
'A well structured book written in an easily accessible style. It presents a welcome sociological view of the greening of corporations, using the theory of ecological modernization as a framework of analysis and explanation for corporate responses to the environmental challenge.' Business Strategy and the Environment Journal
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