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New Horizons in Research on Sustainable Organisations Emerging Ideas, Approaches and Tools for Practitioners and Researchers

Edited By: Mark Starik, Sanjay Sharma, Carolyn Egri and Rick Bunch
228 pages
New Horizons in Research on Sustainable Organisations
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  • New Horizons in Research on Sustainable Organisations ISBN: 9781874719779 Hardback Dec 2005 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Environmental Sustainability practice and research have advanced over the past decade from novelty to near-mainstream status today. During this environmentally critical time period, sustainability practitioner techniques, such as environmental, energy and social auditing, other sustainability information and related systems, and a wide variety of environmental sustainability approaches have been developed, improved and institutionalised, advancing both the practice and research of environmental sustainability management and policy. However, academics and practitioners in the sustainability field still have widely differing perspectives on what a sustainable organisation is or might be, but seldom take the opportunity to share these respective sustainability visions, let alone the multiple ways to achieve them. This book, the first volume in the series New Horizons in Research on Sustainable Organisations, is intended to bridge this gap between academics and practitioners with biannual cutting-edge research from both groups on progress towards sustainability.

After working on sustainability-related projects involving other academics, both research- and practitioner-oriented graduate students, consultants, managers and activists, the lead co-editors of this volume saw the need to encourage information exchanges among differing networks of sustainability stakeholders to create a pathway for researchers and practitioners in the general area of organisations and the natural environment to address issues of common interest. There are many networks in the general subject area, but the cross-pollination of ideas between academics and practitioners remains sketchy. New Horizons in Research on Sustainable Organisations is intended to present and encourage such cross-pollination.


Introduction to New Horizons in Research in Sustainable Organisations: Emerging Ideas, Approaches and Tools for Practitioners and Researchers; Mark Starik, Sanjay Sharma, Carolyn Egri and Rick Bunch; ; Views of Sustainable Development: A Typology of Stakeholders' Conflicting Perspectives; Robert Boutilier; ; The Next Environmentalism: Creating a New Political Dynamic for Progress in the US; Roger Ballentine; ; Building Environmental Management Systems Focused on Sustainability: The Influence of Employees, Company Leaders and External Stakeholders; Deborah Rigling Gallagher; ; The Relationship between Environmental Sustainability, Environmental Violations and Financial Performance: An Empirical Study; Peter A. Stanwick and Sarah D. Stanwick; ; Social System Complexity: New Forms of US Federal Agency Involvement Christopher P. Durney, J. Glenn Eugster and John W. Wilson; ; Honda Insight: Development and Launch of a Hybrid Electric Vehicle; James Johng, Yong-Joo Kang, Melissa A. Schilling, Jane Sul and Masayuki Takanashi; ; Cultivating the Sustainable Corporation; Lise Langeland; ; Corporate Sustainability: Integrating Human and Ecological Sustainability Approaches; Andrew Griffiths, Dexter Dunphy and Suzanne Benn; ; Business Ecology: The Future of Green Business?; Amy K. Townsend

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Edited By: Mark Starik, Sanjay Sharma, Carolyn Egri and Rick Bunch
228 pages
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