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Changing Corporate Behavior Through Environmental Management Systems

. & Pol'y Rev. 75, 2006 CHANGING CORPORATE BEHAVIOR THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS DAVID W. CASE* If we do not change our direction, we are likely to end up where we are headed.' INTRODUCTION ... "); Cary Coglianese & Jennifer Nash, EnvironmentalManagementSystems and the New Policy Agenda, in REGULATING FROM THE INSIDE: CAN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ACHIEVE POLICY GOALS? 1, 1 (Cary Coglianese

Environmental Management of the Public Lands

suggestions for strengthening the systems used by the Forest Service and other federal land management agencies. Law-trained persons have a multitude of tasks to perform to protect environmental values. The

Environmental Management of the Public Lands

Management of the Public Lands t Ira Michael Heyman* Robert H. Twiss. In this Article, Professors Heyman and Twiss discuss possible reshapingof legal and administrativesystems to consider the environmental

Big Data Sustainability: An Environmental Management Systems Analogy

, while minimizing the potential negative externalities? This Paper argues that leaders can learn from environmental management practices developed to manage the negative externalities of the industrial

Singapore's Environmental Management System: Strengths and Weaknesses and Recommendations for the Years Ahead

Environment, established in 1972, has succeeded in putting in place the basic environmental management infrastructure, control, and legal framework.). 32 See FEDERAL RESEARCH Div., supra note 4, at 69. In 1972

The Application of Environmental Management System (EMS) Principles to Watershed

THE APPLICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EMS) PRINCIPLES TO WATERSHEDS Jack J. Schramm Kenneth Rubin Hagler Bailly Services BACKGROUND: EVOLUTION OF ENVIRONM ENTAL M ANAGEM ENT SYSTEM ... There is a worldwid e mo vement tod ay to systematize environmental management. It has roots in the attempts by the industrialized world to come to grips in a management sense with the vexing

Devising a Compliance Strategy under the ISO 14000 International Environmental Management Standards

States and elsewhere to develop management strategies to assess and ensure compliance. There is a contemporaneous business movement afoot to measure and continuously improve environmental performance as a

More Trees Please: Utilizing Natural Resources in the Urban Environmental Management of New York City

faced by New York City specifically, arguing that the city should adopt a comprehensive urban forestry program that would asses the current status of the urban forest, evaluate the environmental impact of ... : UTILIZING NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF NEW YORK CITY Vivian D. Encarnacion* Introduction Trees are an invaluable commodity to any community, capable of increasing the value

Improving Water Use Efficiency in Jamaican Hotels and Resorts Through the Implementation of Environmental Management Systems

IMPROVING WATER USE EFFICIENCY IN JAMAICAN HOTELS AND RESORTS THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Bill Meade Patricio Gonzalez-Morel Hagler Bailly Services INTRODUCTION ... introduction of environmental management systems (EMS) is changing the nature and shape of the tourism and hospitality industry in every hotel guestroom, housekeeping, laundry or maintenance facility, and in

Surveying the Precautionary Principle's Ongoing Global Development: The Evolution of an Emergent Environmental Management Tool

The precautionary principle, which many trace back to German regulations promulgated in the early 1970s, has developed into an important environmental management tool. Its inclusion in numerous ... laying the foundation for implementation of the precautionary principle in this country. Introduction A wealth of recent discourse has focused on an emergent environmental management tool: the

Virginia's Water Quality Management Evaluated At Environmental Conference

://scholarship.law.wm.edu/wmelpr/vol - VIRGINIA'S WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT EVALUATED AT ENVIRONMENTAL CONFERENCE "More than 50 percent of the pollution entering water comes from nonpoint sources," yet only one section of ... the Clean Water Act (CWAtd)eals with the problem, observed Robert Blanco o Blanco represented the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)- ,at te Conference on'Water Resource Management and Planning held

Environmental Management Systems (EMSs) and Regulatory Innovation

organizational and managerial plans known generically as Environmental Management Systems (EMSs). An organization with an EMS in place is distinguished from a traditional organization most of all by how it ... Mexico's Industria Limpia (Clean Industry) Program and the Guadalajara Environmental Management Pilot (GEMP) Project. The pa* Ph.D., University of California at San Diego. I would like to thank William L

Application of geographical information systems

Natural resources and environmental management of military lands is becoming increasingly complex and diverse. As military missions change and new equipment is fielded out training lands become ... military training and environmental/ natural resources management. It will alsodiscuss the use of map layers in the analysis of Endan­ gered Species Habitats, Cultural Resource Surveys, Soils, cover types

Mining Region Environmental Management in Transition to Sustainable Development

An adequate assessment of the environmental factor at the macro level is important in determining the direction of social-and economic development. Practically, at this level, there is a choice of a ... examples of the development of environmental policy, including in the Kemerovo region. 1 Introduction In Russia the features of environmental management have always been due to significant territorial

Mining Region Environmental Management in Transition to Sustainable Development

An adequate assessment of the environmental factor at the macro level is important in determining the direction of social-and economic development. Practically, at this level, there is a choice of a ... examples of the development of environmental policy, including in the Kemerovo region. 1 Introduction In Russia the features of environmental management have always been due to significant territorial

The Ecological Dynamics of Environmental Law and Policy

the ecosystem approach to environmental management. ... chemicals at once. "9 B. Adaptive Management Much like the precautionary principle, adaptive management as a paradigm for environmental policy is based on the recognition that our scientific understanding

Evolving Role of EHS Manager in Industrial Sustainability Programs — Case Studies Incorporating a Pollution Prevention Approach to Problem Solving

understanding of Environmental Management Systems (EMS), regulatory requirements, and ISO standards pertaining to environment, health, and safety. However, having the ability to go beyond this realm and ... effectiveness of this approach versus waste treatment or management solutions will be quantified by showing both the environmental and cost savings. The role of the Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) Manager

Environmental Sustainability and Supply Chain Management — A Framework of Cross-Functional Integration and Knowledge Transfer

The purpose of this paper is to discuss mechanisms of intra-organizational knowledge transfer within sustainable supply chain management (SSCM). Through a conceptual study design, the focus of this ... Environmental sustainability and supply chain management — A framework of cross-functional integration and knowledge transfer Dorli Harms Leuphana University Lüneburg ABSTRACT: The purpose of this paper is to

Managing Cities as Urban Ecosystems: Fundamentals and a Framework for Los Angeles, California

environmental management themes including urban biodiversity and natural features, pollution management, ecosystem services enhancement, and natural hazards; particularly as urban sustainability, resiliency, and ... essay is to support advancing application in city management contexts. Comprehensive urban ecosystem frameworks have the potential to synergize interrelated, yet often siloed, urban environmental

Environmental Sustainability: A Definition for Environmental Professionals

define the concept within the context of specific disciplinary areas and sets forth a proposal for a basic understanding of the term “environmental sustainability” as an expansion of our common perception ... international research program, cultures established at Rochester Institute of Technology, • political participation of citizens, called the Environmental Management Leadership particularly at a local level