Implementing an Environmental Audit: How to Gain a Competitive Advantage Using Quality and Environmental Responsibility

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Financial Times, 1994 - Business & Economics - 212 pages
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Implementing an Environmental Audit offers clear, practical guidelines to implementing an effective corporate environmental program. The authors focus on an internal inspection process (as opposed to an external audit) to show how an environmental mission can be developed within any organization. Any manager planning to take on environmental management responsibility needs this valuable background on the "greening" of corporate strategies. From ecolabeling of products to U.S. government standards for environmental auditing, Implementing an Environmental Audit gives definitive coverage of the most pertinent environmental issues faced by all departments of the company, including marketing, public relations, and training, as well as finance.

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Contents

Introduction
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Part II
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Parti
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About the author (1994)

Ledgerwood is at the University of Greenwich Business School, London.

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