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Environment management: readings and cases

Author: Russo, Michael V. Publisher: Sage, 2008.Edition: 2nd ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 663 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781412958493Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Includes bibliographical references


Environmental Management Readings and Cases Contents Preface to Second Edition PART I THE BIG PICTURE 1. Beyond Greening: Strategies for a Sustainable World Stuart L. Hart, Cornell University Thinking Globally and Inclusively About Sustainable Business Practices 2. The Business Case for Climate Protection L. Hunter Lovins, Natural Capitalism, Inc. Why Businesses Should Address the Climate Change Challenge 3. Scorched Earth: Will Environmental Risks in China Overwhelm Its Opportunities? Elizabeth Economy, Council on Foreign Relations Kenneth Lieberthal, University of Michigan The China Factor in the Environmental Equation 4. The Triple Bottom Line: Sustainability's Accountants John Elkington, SustainAbility The Imperative for Companies to Perform Well on Multiple Dimensions PART II INSTITUTIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES 5. The Tragedy of the Commons Garrett Hardin (formerly of the University of California, Santa Barbara) The Classic Discussion of Population and Common Resources 6. EPA and the Evolution of Federal Regulation Paul R. Portney, University of Arizona Regulation and Economic Models for Meeting Pollution Reduction Goals 79 67 69 49 40 15 xi 1 3 7. Discounting the Future: Economics and Ethics Timothy J. Brennan, Resources for the Future A Critical Analysis of the Practice of Discounting in Economic Analysis 8. Measuring Nations' Environmental Sustainability Marc A. Levy Columbia University Quantifying and Ranking National Environmental Performance 9. Bridging the Trade-Environment Debate Daniel C. Est; Yale University Capturing the Benefits of Free Trade While Protecting the Environment 10. Raising Global Standards: Hazardous Substances and E-Waste Management in the European Union Henrik Selin, Boston University Stacy D. VanDeveer, University of New Hampshire A European Approach to Toxics Regulation PART III MANAGING TO BE ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIVE 11. Strategy Originates Within the Organization Andrew W Hoffman, University of Michigan Behavioral and Cultural Dimensions in Environmental Strategy 12. Objection-Handling Clinic on Inhibiters to the Next Wave Robert Willard, The Sustainability Advantage A Script for Overcoming Organizational Nay-Sayers 13. The Next Industrial Revolution Paul Hawken, Natural Capital Institute Amory Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute L. Hunter Lovins, Natural Capitalism, Inc. Capitalism that Recognizes and Appreciates Living Systems 14. Environmental Product Differentiation: Implications for Corporate Strategy Forest Reinhardt, Harvard University When Will a Green Product Strategy Pay Off? 15. Transparency, Openness, and Accountability: A New Imperative David L. Rainey, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Appreciating the Need for Broad Access to More Information 93 99 116 131 149 151 169 191 205 228 16. A Primer on the Global Reporting Initiative Kellie Fox, University of Oregon Beth Littlehales, University of Oregon Ryan Keenan, University of Oregon The Emerging Standard for Company Sustainability Reporting 17. The Eco-Advantage Inc. Magazine Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Sustainability Opportunities 18. Excerpts from the 2006 Understanding the LOHAS Market Report The Natural Marketing Institute Appreciating the Characteristics of Green Consumers 19. Avoiding Green Marketing Myopia: Ways to Improve Consumer Appeal for Environmentally Preferable Products Jacquelyn A. Ottman, J. Ottman Consulting, Inc. Edwin R. Stafford, Utah State University Cathy L. Hartman, Utah State University How 'to Win in the Marketplace for Green Products 20. How Corporations and Environmental Groups Collaborate Dennis A. Rondinelli (formerly of Duke University) Ted London, University of Michigan How Stakeholder Collaborations Can Improve Environmental Outcomes 21. The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid C. K. Prahalad, University of Michigan Stuart L. Hart, Cornell University The Vast Potential in Serving the World's Poor PART IV TECHNICAL PERSPECTIVES 22. A New Framework for Management Brian Nattrass, Innovation Strategies, Inc. Mary Altomare, Innovation Strategies, Inc. Unifying Scientific Principles With Sustainability 23. An Introduction to Environmental Accounting as a Business Management Tool United States Environmental Protection Agency A Tool Kit for Incorporating the Environment into Accounting Practice 243 262 289 296 315 336 351 353 369 24. Note on Life Cycle Analysis Susan Svoboda, Realia Group A Methodology for Identifying All Costs Across the Life of Products 25. The LCA Impact and Interpretation Stages Thomas E. Graedel, Yale University Braden R. Allenby, Arizona State University Quantifying Life Cycle Impacts and Comparing Alternatives 26. A World of Abundance William McDonough, McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry, LLC Michael Braungart, McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry, LLC Viewing Environmental Stewardship as a Design Challenge 27. Environmental Management Systems and Eco-Control Stefan Schaltegger, University of Luneburg Roger Burritt, University of South Australia Holger Petersen, UmweltBankAG Nurnberg Tools for Bringing Environmental Performance to Facility Operations PART V CASES 28. Pacific Lumber Company Michael V Russo, University of Oregon Cindy Noblitt 29. Oil in the Ecuadorian Rainforest Christopher A. Cummings, University of Virginia Barbara L. Marcus, University of Virginia R. Edward Freeman, University of Virginia Jason Lunday, University of Virginia 30. Hindustan Lever (A): Leaping a Millennium Aileen lonescu-Somers, International Institute for Management Development Wolfgang Amann, International Institute for Management Development Ulrich Steger, International Institute for Management Development 31. Cost Accounting and Hazardous Waste at Specialty Glass, Inc. Christopher H. Stinson, University of Virginia 32. Southern Company: Acid Rain Forest Reinhardt, Harvard University 385 395 407 417 455 457 472 485 494 498 33. Seventh Generation: Balancing Customer Expectations With Supply Chain Realities Daniel R. Goldstein, University of Oregon Michael V. Russo, University of Oregon 34. Environment Product Differentiation by the Hayward Lumber Company Monifa Porter, Stanford University Magali Delmas, University of California, Santa Barbara Erica Plambeck, Stanford University 35. Coastwide Laboratories: Clean and Green Derek 0. Reiber, University of Oregon Michael V. Russo, University of Oregon 36. Transforming the Global Fishing Industry: The Marine Stewardship Council at Full Sail? Alexander Nick, International Institute for Management Development Oliver Salzmann, International Institute for Management Development Ulrich Steger, International Institute for Management Development 37. Phoenix Organic: Valuing Sustainability while Desiring Growth Eva Collins, University of Waikato Steve Bowden, University of Waikato Kate Kearins, Auckland University of Technology 38. Deja Shoe (A) Paul Hardy, University of Michigan Stuart L. Hart, Cornell University 39. Supply Chain Strategy and Sustainability: The Migros Palm Oil Case (A) Jens Hamprecht, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology 40. Benziger Family Winery: EMS Development and Implementation Murray Silverman, San Francisco State University Tom Lanphar, California Environmental Protection Agency 41. The WEEE Challenge Panfeng Chen, INSEAD Priya Narayan, INSEAD Luk N. Wassenhove, INSEAD Hassan Ghaziri, American University in Beirut 42. Cascades's Environmental Management Model in 2006: At the Crossroads Pierre Mueller, HEC Montreal Emmanuel Raufflet, HEC Montreal 504 521 537 557 567 580 590 598 616 631 43. Procter and Gamble Inc: Disposable and Reusable Diapers--A Life-Cycle Analysis Management Institute for Environment and Business 44. Alpha Motors, Ltd.: Integrating Life-Cycle Environmental Concerns into Product Design Sandra Rothenberg, Rochester Institute of Technology Michael Lenox, Duke University Benjamin Jordan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Frank Field III, Massachusetts Institute of Technology About the Editor 648 652 663

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