1st Edition

Change and Sustainability
A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 57)

Edited By

Chris Galea


Meg Fisher

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ISBN 9781783531196
Published April 30, 2012 by Routledge
131 Pages

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Book Description

The positive outcomes of managing change for sustainability: what has worked, why it worked and what we can learn from the change that was undertaken. Even failed sustainability change efforts can be looked at positively for they are often a vital source of learning - and possibly inspiration.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chris Galea, St Francis Xavier University, Canada

What’s it like from the inside? The Challenges of Being an Organisational Change Agent for Sustainability

Penny Walker, Independent facilitator and coach specialising in sustainable development

Examining the Role of Eco-Labels in Changing the Approach to Sustainability in the Commercial Fisheries

Thomas Cooper, Meaghan Ludlow and Thomas Clift, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

Orchestrating Organisational Changes for Corporate Sustainability: Overcoming Barriers to Change

Rodrigo Lozano, University of Leeds, UKAn Organisational Change Management Framework for Sustainability

Julie Newman, Yale University, Office of Sustainability, USA   Community-Building and Green Gold Certification: The Experience of Oro Verde, Colombia

Luz-Dinora Vera, Emmanuel Raufflet and Marlei Pozzebon, HEC Montréal, Canada

Towards Social Sustainability of Mining: The Contribution of New Directions in Impact Assessment and Local Governance

Jo-Anne Everingham, The University of Queensland, Australia

University Sustainability League Tables: Institutionalising ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’?David R. Jones, Robert Gordon University, UK

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