Climate change is one of the greatest challenges we confront in the 21st century. On current trends, by the end of the century, the warming effect of our greenhouse gas emissions will have taken us far away from pre-industrial climatic conditions. In fact, our climate will be as different from pre-industrial conditions as it was when the Earth emerged from the last ice age some 20,000 years ago. In other words, just over 200 years of human and industrial activity will have wrought fundamental change to our climate system. The rise of organizations and industrialized production has set us on this path, yet organizations are equally critical to mitigating and adapting to climate change. Understanding the science and policy of climate change, and the ways in which the associated issues are shaped by and shape the subjects of our attention, is therefore of great importance to management scholars.
Business | Place and Environment | Strategic Management Policy
Strategy and Organisation
Academy of Management Journal
Academy of Management
HOWARD-GRENVILLE, Jennifer; BUCKLE, Simon J.; HOSKINS, Brian J.; and GEORGE, Gerard.
Climate Change and Management: From the Editors. (2014). Academy of Management Journal. 57, (3), 615-623. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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