Climate change has become an important topic on the business agenda with strong pressure being placed on companies to respond and contribute to finding solutions to this urgent problem. This text provides a comprehensive analysis of international business responses to global climate change and climate change policy. Embedded in relevant management literature, this book gives a concise treatment of developments in policy and business activity on global, regional and national levels, using examples and systematic data from a large number of international companies. The first part outlines the international climate policy landscape and voluntary initiatives taken by companies, both alone and together with others. The second part examines companiesa strategies, covering innovation for climate change, as well as compensation via emissions trading and carbon offsetting. Written by well-known experts in the field, International Business and Global Climate Change illustrates how an environmental topic becomes strategically important in a mainstream sense, affecting corporate decision-making, business processes, products, reputation, advertising, communication, accounting and finance. This is a must-read for academics as well as practitioners concerned with this issue.Almost directly after the Kyoto Protocol, Japanese climate policy took off with the establishment of the Global Warming ... To illustrate, in 2004, the MoE proposed a voluntary emissions trading scheme as well as a carbon tax, but Japaneseanbsp;...
|Title||:||International Business and Global Climate Change|
|Author||:||Jonatan Pinkse, Ans Kolk|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2009-01-13|