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Although values and philosophy can influence a company's environ mental management practicees, they are overlooked by managers and business scholars. In this article, a classification scheme of three types of ecophilosophies—"unrestrained economic growth," "social con sciousness," and...
Social responsibility and environmentalism are rotated concepts, par ticularly as they manifest in normative prescriptions for firm-level behavior. More specifically, the practice of environmentally friendly (or "green") policies represents a form of socially responsible behavior by business...
Concepts from the literatures on common property resources (CPRs) and social ecology a branch of systems theory, are integrated to explain how many contemporary crises of resource exploitation develop and how they might be avoided. An expanded interpretation of CPRs provides a basis for...
Risk assessment and management and their progeny risk perception and communication, pervade social dialogue and policy formulation in much of social, particularly environmental, action today. Following an introduction to the current context, the article critically examines the nature of risk...
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