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Tools for Environmental Management

A Practical Introduction and Guide

contributions by Dixon Thompson, Lisa-Henri Kirkland, Mel Wilson, Christine Schuh, William A. Ross, Stephen Hill, Andrew Higgins, Karla Berg, Lynne Kailan, Linda Miller, Edie Adams, Ron Wardell, Maureen Hill & Sherry Sian

Publisher
University of Calgary Press
Initial publish date
Jan 2014
Category
Environmental Science, General
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9780865714588
    Publish Date
    Nov 2002
    List Price
    $54.95
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9780889533721
    Publish Date
    Jan 2014
    List Price
    $39.95

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With a growing commitment to environmental awareness and protection on the part of corporations and governments, there has never been a greater need for an integrated toolkit and management framework for achieving long-term sustainability targets.

Dixon Thompson responds to this need by presenting a set of twenty-two environmental management tools that can be applied to a local, national, and international situation. Each tool is described using specific examples, in addition to highlighting the legal requirements and standards, and how best to apply each tool. Included as well is an exhaustive list of newsletters, journals, and useful references for staying informed and up-to-date with a host of environmental issues.

Tools for Environmental Management: A Practical Introduction and Guide is essential for industry professionals charged with environmental responsibilities, academics and students, or anyone concerned with environmental stewardship.

With contributions by: Edie Adams Karla Berg Andrew Higgins Stephen Hill Maureen Hill Lynne Kailan Lisa-Henri Kirkland Linda Miller Michael S. Quinn William A.Ross Christine Shuh Dixon Thompson Ron Wardell Mel Wilson

About the authors

The book is co-authored by 16 specialists who combine academic and professional practice expertise, and who work at entities ranging from Microsoft to resource industries in Kazakhstan. Its overall author is Dixon Thompson, a Professor of Environmental Science at the University of Calgary who has taught environmental science and environmental management at the graduate level for 30 years, is an environmental management consultant to industry, and who has extensive international experience, including in Latin America and Russia.

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