Corporate Environmental Strategy
Corp Environ Strat
CES is a quarterly journal written for corporate executives in environmental health and safety, senior management, management consulting firms, policy research groups, government officials, regulators and academia. CES subscribers value the case studies of proactive environmental strategy that explore the relationship between compliance, profitability, and meeting the concerns of stakeholders. CES employs a case-study approach to describe how profitability and sustainability can be maintained while moving beyond compliance in a competitive environment. The field of environmental management and strategy is growing in consequence. Environmental strategy has moved beyond the EH&S department; it is the concern of CEO, CFO, and the Chairman of the Board. Responsibility for stewardship of the land, air and water, and the health and safety of employees throughout the world has elevated environmental strategy to a global issue. Companies who must survive by competing in a global economy are rapidly - and in some cases radically - reorganizing management systems and their corporate culture to accommodate environmental management systems for competitive advantage. CES provides the most accessible source of practitioner insight at the intersection of technology, management and human resources for corporate strategists and policy makers. Published by Elsevier Science, CES has editorial offices in North America staffed by the AHC Group, (a management consulting firm), and in Europe managed by the Co-Editor: Europe, Dr. Ruth Hillary (environmental consultant & Founder of NEMA). AudienceFor Professionals, Senior Managers, Consultants, Practitioners, Policy Research Groups, Government Advisors and Academics. Bibliographic and Ordering InformationFor information about conditions of sale, ordering procedures, and links to our regional sales offices, please read through our ordering information.Year 2001Volume 8, 4 issuesISSN: 1066-7938Institutional price: Order formNLG 532 (euro 241.41) for European countriesUSD 270 for all countries except Europe and JapanJPY 33,400 for JapanELSEVIER Last update: 15 Feb 2001© Copyright 1999-2001, Elsevier Science, All rights reserved.
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