Corporate Environmental Management, Second Edition, provides environmental industry executives, the investment community, and students a basis for measuring corporate environmental activities and standing. It offers a comprehensive understanding of the technical, cost, and regulatory issues that environmental managers face. Sustainable development, conservation environmental science, and emissions trading are examined, as well as issues such as RCRA and CERCLA hazardous and chemical waste management. This new edition is updated throughout and adds a chapter on the newer global environmental guidelines and regulations (Paris Climate Agreement, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Trans-Pacific Partnerships (TPP)).
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Environmental Management Assessment Chapter 3 Lines of Inquiry Chapter 4 Assessment Model and Analytical Framework Chapter 5 Internal Survey Chapter 6 Corporate Commitment Chapter 7 Communication Chapter 8 Functional Implementation Chapter 9 Measurement Systems Chapter 10 Benchmark Survey Chapter 11 External Survey Chapter 12 Natural Resource Damage Assessment: Proactive Strategies Chapter 13 Environmental Risk Assessment Issues Chapter 14 Emergency Response Analysis Chapter 15 Corporate Health and Safety System Chapter 16 Environmental Risk Management at Banking Institutions Chapter 17 Global Warming Chapter 18 Assessment of International Trends Chapter 19 Summary
John Darabaris, currently in a management capacity, was formerly a division vice president with Kearney/Centaur, where he conducted numerous corporate environmental management assessments and benchmarking studies as well as "best practice" studies. He is an experienced environmental management professional, knowledgeable in both environmental management and regulatory strategy as related to complex, sophisticated industry environmental activities. Possessing both a professional engineer (PE) license and a non-practicing certified public accountant (CPA) certificate, he marries both engineering and management perspectives to the impacts of corporate environmental management and related regulatory strategy development. In recognition of his achievements, he was awarded an honorary professional development degree from the Missouri University of Science and Technology and a commendation from the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Omaha office.