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With the spread of technology, industrialisation and increasing standards of living, the accumulation of non-biodegradable solid waste (NBDSW) is an unwelcome and often unnoticed side effect of ‘development’ in India. Therefore in the present investigation, attempts are made to quantify major...
The paper outlines the business decision making paradigm that prevailed in the 20th century and how the resultant business decisions revealed deficiencies in that paradigm. However, it recognises that some powerful forces in society wish to retain the 20th century model; there is much available...
On the individual level, one of the essential conditions of sustainable consumption is the formation of environmental consciousness and individual responsibility among the population in question. This article introduces the environment-related consumer behaviour patterns of Hungarian society...
The aim of this paper is to survey the game theory modelling of the behaviour of global players in mitigation and adaptation related to climate change. Three main fields are applied for the specific aspects of temperature rise: behaviour games, CPR problem and negotiation games. The game theory...
Triple bottom line (TBL) reporting has become a way of life in terms of non-financial reporting at major corporations. However, its utility in terms of value-add for these corporations seems to be a mystery at present. This paper aims to look at how corporations use the TBL as a framework for...
Chapman (2007) observes that transport accounts for 26% of global CO 2 emissions and it is one of the few industrial sectors where emissions are still growing and are expected to add to environmental degradation. Although generic motivating factors identified in the literature have contributed...
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