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Cut carbon, grow profits: business strategies for managing climate change and sustainability

Author: Tang, Kenny ; Yeoh, RuthPublisher: Middlesex University Press, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 465 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 190475015XType of document: Book List(s) this item appears in: SDG Week 2021
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Cut Carbon, Grow Profits Business Strategies for Managing Climate Change and Sustainability Contents FOREWORD Dato' Abdullah Badawi, Prime Minister of Malaysia FOREWORD Rt Hon Margaret Beckett, UK Foreign Secretary FOREWORD Rt Hon David Cameron, Leader of the Opposition INTRODUCTION Kenny Tang and Ruth Yeoh SUSTAINABILITY PERSPECTIVES AND STRATEGIES 1 Sustainability and Capitalism as if the World Matters Jonathon Porritt, Forum for the Future and Kenny Tang, Oxbridge Climate Capital Climate Change and the Global Common Good: Emerging Corporate Responsibility Strategies in the Insurance Industry Henri-Claude de Bettignies, INSEAD and CEIBS and Francois Lépineux, INSEAD 3 4 Sustainability: a Risk Management Perspective David Singleton, Arup Sustainable Computing: Sun Microsystems' 3-Step Eco-Strategy of Innovate, Act and Share Kenny Tang, Oxbridge Climate Capital CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LEADERSHIP 5 Global Climate Governance: How the World's Largest Companies are Responding to Global Warming Douglas G Cogan, Institutional Shareholder Services 6 The Growing Risk of Climate Change: Implications and Strategies for Asian Companies and Economies Ruth Yeoh, YTL Corporation 7 The Coming Market Shift: Business Strategy and Climate Change Andrew J Hoffman, University of Michigan Carbon Constraints: Threat or Opportunity? Karl Schultz, Energy Edge and Peter Williamson, Energy Edge and INSEAD 75 53 43 19 3 xii xv 2 33 101 8 119 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND CORPORATE STRATEGIES 9 The New Business Model for Investing in the Green Space Peter C Fusaro, Global Change Associates 10 Upside of Climate Change - Opportunities in Cleantech A sector study of the auto sector Andrew White, Innovest 11 Business Leadership on Climate Change: Energy Efficiency and Beyond Mark Kenber and Sophy Bristow, The Climate Group 12 Coming Clean: Business Takes on the Climate Challenge Jennifer Layke and Samantha Putt del Pino, World Resources Institute 13 Integrating Climate Change into Mission-Based Business Strategy Tauni Brooker, URS Corporation IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES 14 The Carbon-Positive Company Antony Turner, Peter Martin and Fraser Durham, CarbonSense 15 The Growing Voluntary Market for Carbon: Emerging Strategies Ricardo Bayon, Amanda Hawn and Katherine Hamilton, Ecosystem Marketplace 16 Co-operative Strategies for Ecological Sustainability - Environmental Results or Competitive Advantage Art Kleiner, strategy+business 17 From Energy Management to Carbon Management - a Strategic Approach Dana Hanby, Ecofys International FINANCIAL STRATEGIES - VALUING CARBON AND CLIMATE CHANGE 18 Climate Change and Business Valuation Techniques Daniel Wells, Ernst and Young 19 Valuation Applications in a Carbon-Constrained World: Qualitative and Quantitative Tools for Investment Managers Daniel Wells, Ernst and Young COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGIES - ENGAGING CONSUMERS AND EMPLOYEES 20 Companies, Customers and Climate Change: the Impact of Public Opinion Arlo Brady, Freud Communications and Judge Business School 21 Engaging Consumers through Corporate Marketing and PR Programs Cecilia (Sid) Embree, AtmosClear Climate Club 22 Engaging Employees in Climate Change Trewin Restorick, Global Action Plan 325 313 297 259 233 217 207 193 165 149 137 179 241 275 SECTOR PERSPECTIVES AND STRATEGIES: IN THEIR OWN WORDS 23 Climate Change and the Insurance Industry Trevor Maynard, Lloyd's of London 24 Valuing Carbon Requires a Fundamental Change in Thinking: How climate mitigation can become affordable and widely accepted Georg Rosenbauer, Siemens Power Generation 25 Sustainability and Sustainable Vehicle Strategy at Ford Motor Company Benjamin Diggins, Ford Motor Company 26 Tackling Climate Change is Vital for Business Success: BT as an Example Adrian Hosford, BT Group plc STRATEGIES ON CLIMATE CHANGE - CITIES AND BUSINESSES 27 Local Governments for Climate Protection - a Sustainable Business Approach 385 Margarita Maria Parra and Maryke van Staden, ICLEI 28 Moving London Towards a Sustainable Low-Carbon Energy Community Allan Jones and Tatiana Bosteels, London Climate Change Agency 29 Urbanisation in China: Designing the World's First Sustainable Eco-City in Dongtan Peter Head and Alejandro Gutierrez, Arup APPENDIX Managing the Risks and Opportunities of Climate Change A Practical Toolkit for Corporate Leaders Ceres POST-WORD Sir Martin Laing, Trustee Emeritus, WWF-UK POST-WORD Tan Sri Dr Francis Yeoh, YTL Corporation CONTRIBUTOR PROFILES 459 457 456 431 419 401 377 367 353 339

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