Environmental Issues in the Curricula of International Business: The Green Imperative
If today's business schools are to fulfill their obligation to produce the managers of the future, academic training has to include environmental awareness. This book provides a better understanding of the dramatic implications that environmental concerns are having on the practice of business and on the teaching of business practices. It creates and enhances environmental awareness, fostering creative thinking in a manner consistent with the objectives of business schools.
Environmental Issues in the Curricula of International Business discusses the necessity and criticality of environmental awareness to business practices in the 1990s and beyond, drawing a link between this information and its application to business curricula. Chapters discuss the many implications of the Green movement and increased environmental concerns on international business and how this affects the obligations of business educators. Additional chapters focus on environmental ethics and responsibilities. Some specific topics covered include:
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