The Global Roundtable on Climate Change, convened by the Earth Institute at Columbia University brought together representatives from corporations, research institutions, and government organizations to discuss the scientific consensus, economics, technology, and public policy issues associated with climate change. Following preliminary research and discussions, the group first met in 2005 and hel...[Read More]
535 pages , SAGE , 2012-10-08 This book is appropriate for the following courses: Sustainable Enterprise Sustainable Business Practices Sustainability Marketing Society Social Marketing Sustainable Enterprise: A Macromarketing Approach goes beyond the internal firm strategies of micromarketing and the “four Ps” to take a broader perspective focused on the interconnec...[Read More]
280 pages , Government Institutes , 2002-08-01 Federal Facility Environmental Management Systems explains how, why, and when federal agencies need to establish compliant EMSs in accordance with the April 21, 2000, Executive Order. Clear explanations, easy-to-follow management principles, and sample programs and case studies help ensure that all elements of an EMS are met...[Read More]
192 pages , Taylor & Francis , 2012-04-27 Implementing an Environmental Management System (EMS) has become a crucial consideration for large organizations. This book offers insight to practitioners and professional students as to why they have been developed, how they are implemented and the barriers that can impact on their effectiveness. A practical, experience-based t...[Read More]
40 pages , 1994 One of a series of environmental education (EE) units intended for use by teacher educators "who plan EE teacher workshops or explain and promote EE programs." The unit includes a definition of EE, its value, EE's historical antecedents, plus reproducible masters of 10 suggested workshop activities involving group discussion and problem solving.
The title of my blog, Living Alongside Wildlife, is a reference to a land ethic suggesting human and wildlife populations can coexist if we respect our natural resources. Our goals should include living alongside wildlife in perpetuity, rather than unsustainable exploitation, wanton killing and irreversible destruction of their habitats. For more about conservation and land ethics, check out the...[Read More]
Each school year more than 12,000 students and adults from schools across New England participate in Ecology School programs. Many of them take place in the eight ecosystems within walking distance of the school’s campus at Ferry Beach. The Ecology School campus is the perfect site for ecology and sustainability education because of the diverse ecosystems easily assessible to our students and st...[Read More]