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Voluntary Initiatives and the New Politics of Corporate Greening by Robert B. Gibson

Voluntary Initiatives and the New Politics of Corporate Greening

Description : "The diverse range of authors highlight the inherent complexities and controversial nature of the use of corporate voluntary initiatives for environmental improvements. This is an excellent reference book." - Dianne Humphries, Pollution Probe

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Authors : Robert B. Gibson

Published Date : 1999

Publisher : University of Toronto Press

ISBN : 1551112183

Page : 268 Pages

Categories : Political Science

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