Energy consumption, depletion of natural resources and human induced natural disasters have all conspired to raise the profile of “sustainability”, particularly environmental sustainability. The topic is now high on many nations and organizations lists of priorities and central for media attention. Despite the critical importance of such issues it is evident that management thinking often still adopts neoclassical economic views of accounting for and managing environmental sustainability.
|Number of pages||12|
|Journal||International Journal of Management|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
- environmental sustainability
- biological ethics
- energy consumption
Bernal, E., & Edgar, D. (2012). The development of a model of sustainability management, based on biological ethics. International Journal of Management, 29(3), 177-188. http://www.internationaljournalofmanagement.co.uk/2012/2012-5.html#a15