Environmental Strategies Handbook

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McGraw-Hill, 1994 - Business & Economics - 1030 pages
Featuring contributions from more than 30 experts from the associated fields of law, business, and environmental science, this innovative handbook offers insight into how industries can develop optimal environmental strategies and integrate them into long-term strategic plans to ensure business growth and competitive advantage at the national and international levels. With the help of this book's many case studies and examples, business and technical executives will discover how to: enhance earnings and competitive position by using innovative pollution prevention and Total Quality Management techniques; develop environmentally-friendly products and practices and project a positive "green" corporate image; limit financial liability and exposure by putting to work cost-effective approaches to remediation and compliance; plan new production or expansion in light of the environmental laws and regulations that affect existing operations; communicate effectively with the public in the aftermath of an environmental crisis; take advantage of new investment and career opportunities in the burgeoning field of environmental business.

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