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Business, ethics, and the environment : the public policy debate / edited by W. Michael Hoffman, Robert Frederick, and Edward S. Petry, Jr.

By: (8th : National Conference on Business Ethics (8th : 1989 : Bentley College).
Contributor(s): Hoffman, W. Michael | Frederick, Robert | Petry, Edward S | Bentley College. Center for Business Ethics.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Quorum Books, 1990Description: xxiii, 253 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0899305504 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper); 9780899305509 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Environmental policy -- United States -- Congresses | Environmental policy -- Congresses | Industries -- Environmental aspects -- United States -- Congresses | Industries -- Social aspects -- Congresses | Business ethics -- Congresses | Environment Conservation | United StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Business, ethics, and the environment.DDC classification: 363.7/08/0973
Contents:
Government-business relationships for environmental protection / Duane Windsor -- Making polluters pay / Andrew W. Savitz -- The civic society and hazardous waste management / Robert L. Swinth -- Community involvement as an integral component of siting : a case study of siting low-level radioactive waste facilities / Linda S. Wennerberg -- Business responses to environmental policy : lessons from CFC regulation / Daniel J. Dudek, Alice M. LeBlanc, and Kenneth Sewall -- Water in the United States : balancing the law and ethics of environmental protection and economic growth / Richard A. Wehmhoefer -- Administrative behavior, ethics, and environmental policy : the Norfolk, Massachusetts, solid waste dispute / Frederic A. Waldstein.
Promoting source reduction strategies in the Massachusetts jewelry manufacturing industry : the SE project / Charles Baxter -- Morality, money, and motor cars / Norman Bowie -- "I am no greenpeacer, but ..." or environmentalism, risk communication, and the lower middle class / Mark Sagoff -- Environmentalism as a humanism / Robert C. Solomon -- Comments on Sagoff's environmentalism as populism / James S. Hoyte -- Customers as environmentalists / Michael McCloskey -- An environmental agenda for the 1990s / Lynn A. Greenwalt -- Worldwide responses to the environmental crisis / Nancy W. Anderson.
Community-corporate conflict and the new environmentalism : four cases on the use of lime lakes and mine cavities for hazardous waste storage and disposal / Karen Paul and Frances Gotcsik -- Not in their backyards, either : a proposal for a foreign environmental practices act / Alan Neff -- The ethics of development and the dilemmas of global environmentalism / David P. Hanson -- The improbability of Third World government consent in the coming North-South international toxic waste trade / Thomas F. Slaughter, Jr. -- Water resources, economic development, and species extinction : a case study / Jack L. Weir -- Defending the use of animals by business : animal liberation and environmental ethics / Eric Katz.
Ethics at sea : the dolphin-tuna controversy / Thomas I. White.
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"From the Eighth National Conference on Business Ethics sponsored by the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley College."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Government-business relationships for environmental protection / Duane Windsor -- Making polluters pay / Andrew W. Savitz -- The civic society and hazardous waste management / Robert L. Swinth -- Community involvement as an integral component of siting : a case study of siting low-level radioactive waste facilities / Linda S. Wennerberg -- Business responses to environmental policy : lessons from CFC regulation / Daniel J. Dudek, Alice M. LeBlanc, and Kenneth Sewall -- Water in the United States : balancing the law and ethics of environmental protection and economic growth / Richard A. Wehmhoefer -- Administrative behavior, ethics, and environmental policy : the Norfolk, Massachusetts, solid waste dispute / Frederic A. Waldstein.

Promoting source reduction strategies in the Massachusetts jewelry manufacturing industry : the SE project / Charles Baxter -- Morality, money, and motor cars / Norman Bowie -- "I am no greenpeacer, but ..." or environmentalism, risk communication, and the lower middle class / Mark Sagoff -- Environmentalism as a humanism / Robert C. Solomon -- Comments on Sagoff's environmentalism as populism / James S. Hoyte -- Customers as environmentalists / Michael McCloskey -- An environmental agenda for the 1990s / Lynn A. Greenwalt -- Worldwide responses to the environmental crisis / Nancy W. Anderson.

Community-corporate conflict and the new environmentalism : four cases on the use of lime lakes and mine cavities for hazardous waste storage and disposal / Karen Paul and Frances Gotcsik -- Not in their backyards, either : a proposal for a foreign environmental practices act / Alan Neff -- The ethics of development and the dilemmas of global environmentalism / David P. Hanson -- The improbability of Third World government consent in the coming North-South international toxic waste trade / Thomas F. Slaughter, Jr. -- Water resources, economic development, and species extinction : a case study / Jack L. Weir -- Defending the use of animals by business : animal liberation and environmental ethics / Eric Katz.

Ethics at sea : the dolphin-tuna controversy / Thomas I. White.

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<p>W. MICHAEL HOFFMAN is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley College. He is the co-author, with Dr. Frederick and Dr. Petry, of the Quorum books The Corporation, Ethics, and the Environment (1990) and The Ethics of Organizational Transformation (1989).</p> <p>ROBERT FREDERICK is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Assistant Director of the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley College. He is the co-author, with Dr. Hoffman and Dr. Petry, of the Quorum books The Corporation, Ethics, and the Environment (1990) and The Ethics of Organizational Transformation (1989).</p> <p>EDWARD S. PETRY is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Research Associate of the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley College. He is the co-author, with Dr. Hoffman and Dr. Frederick, of the Quorum books The Corporation, Ethics, and the Environment (1990) and The Ethics of Organizational Transformation (1989).</p>

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