This series, with the support of the Group of Research on Organizations and the Natural Environment (GRONEN), presents cutting-edge research in three general areas, business environmental management, business sustainability and business implications of environmental policy. The purpose of the series is to build bridges between scholarly work and practice by stressing the managerial and policy-making implications of research. The books published in the series will therefore be of interest not only to academics but also to business managers and policy-makers. They would also be a good companion to the growing number of courses on environmental and sustainability management offered in business schools around the world.
General Editors: Jorge E. Rivera, The George Washington University; J. Alberto Aragón-Correa, University of Surrey
Editorial Board: Nicole Darnall, Arizona State University; Magali Delmas, University of California, Los Angeles; Thomas Lyon, University of Michigan; Ans Kolk, University of Amsterdam; Alfred Marcus, University of Minnesota; Michael Toffel, Harvard University; Christopher Weible, University of Colorado, Denver