ISO 14001: Case Studies and Practical Experiences
A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 28)
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This special issue is devoted to nine diverse case studies on ISO 14001. The approach of all nine papers is to investigate the issues arising from EMS implementation rather than simply the implementation process itself.
Table of Contents
Table of ContentsEditorial IntroductionRuth Hillary, Network for Environmental Management and Auditing, UK World Review Joint EMS and Group Certification: A Cost-Effective Route for SMEs to Achieve ISO 14001Jonas Ammenberg, Linköping University, Sweden, Berit Börjesson, Altea AB, Sweden, and Olof Hjelm, Linköping University, SwedenFinancial Services and ISO 14001: The Challenge of Determining Indirect Environmental Aspects in a Global CertificationBettina Furrer and Heinrich Hugenschmidt, UBS AG, SwitzerlandISO 14001 and the American Indian ReservationPamela S. Evers, Stephen F. Austin State University, USAEnvironmental Management Systems and Stakeholders: The Case of the Belgian Electricity SectorJean-Pierre Tack, Tractebel Development Engineering and the Catholic University of Louvain, BelgiumIntegrating Quality, Environment, Health and Safety Systems with Customers and ContractorsAdrian Carter, Amec Process & Energy, UKISO 14001 and Design for the Environment: A Strategy for Proactive Design in Building Design, Construction and RenovationRiva Krut, Benchmark Environmental Consulting, USA and Jim Strycharz, New York City Transit Authority, USAISO 14031 Used as a Tool in ISO 14001 or as an Alternative for a Simple EMSKristian Eg Løkkegaard, Ernst & Young, DenmarkProyecto Guadalajara: Promoting Sustainable Development through the Adoption of ISO 14001 by Small and Medium-Sized EnterprisesRichard P. Wells and David Galbraith, The Lexington Group, Environmental Management Consultants, Inc., USAISO 14001: A Tool for Municipal Government to Achieve Sustainability: The Experiences of Hamilton-Wentworth, CanadaMark Bekkering, City of Toronto Urban Planning and Development Services, Canada, and David McCallum, M+A Environmental Consultants, Canada