This work analyses and interprets Chinese managers' perceptions of environmental management and regulatory enforcement practices in Chinese enterprises. Most importantly, it identifies the bottlenecks to environmental protection in Chinese firms, and presents a roadmap of how they can be overcome.
This insightful book analyses and interprets Chinese managers' perceptions of environmental management and regulatory enforcement practices in their home companies ... It will be of interest not only to those who have a particular concern for the Chinese market, but it also provides good insight for the general reader into how environmental protection is perceived in a developing country. - Corporate Environmental Strategy Vol. 11 Issue 1, 2004 || In short, this is a great survey... - Local Environment Vol. 10. No. 3 (June 2005) || Based on an innovative research project sponsored by the UNESCO/UNID offices in Beijing, this book interprets Chinese managers' perception of environmental management and regulatory enforcement practices ... [and] identifies bottlenecks to environmental protection in Chinese firms. It includes a detailed analysis of the needs for management training ... and presents a road map of how they can be met. - Sustain: Built Environment Matters Vol. 5 Issue 1 (2004) || With China's recent entry into the WTO and its rapidly growing economy, Greening Chinese Business is a timely look at corporate sustainability in the country – with a focus on environmental management rather than labour or human rights issues. It is based on comprehensive research which explored the views of around 300 of China's top managers. For those not academically inclined the book can be rather hard going – but the executive summary provides a good overview. - Sustainability Radar, December 2003 || In sum, this book provides an empirical indication of how Chinese managers view environmental protection. It can aid readers, especially Western readers, in understanding how Chinese managers perceive the increasing pressure to improve environmental performance. - Journal of Industrial Ecology Vol. 9 No. 3