Business, Ethics, and the Environment: The Public Policy Debate

Synopsis

This volume studies the ethical obligations that businesses may have for protecting the environment. It explores the public policy debate of how to regulate corporations--or how corporations should regulate themselves--to deal with important environmental issues. The essays are grouped in three separate sections, covering business and government interaction, public attitudes and involvement in environmental issues, and environmental problems and solutions. The focus throughout is on specific environmental issues and case studies.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Robert E. Frederick
  • Duane Windsor
  • Andrew W. Savitz
  • Robert L. Swinth
  • Linda S. Wennerberg
  • Robert E. Frederick
  • Duane Windsor
  • Andrew W. Savitz
  • Robert L. Swinth
  • Linda S. Wennerberg
  • Daniel J. Dudek
  • Richard A. Wehmhoefer
  • Frederic A. Waldstein
  • Charles Baxter
  • Norman Bowie
  • Mark Sagofk
  • Robert C. Solomon
  • James S. Hoyte
  • Michael McCloskey
  • Lynn A. Greenwalt
  • Nancy W. Anderson
  • Karen Raul
  • Frances Gotcsik
  • Alan Neff
  • David P. Hanson
  • Thomas F. Slaughter Jr.
  • Jack L. Weir
  • Eric Katz
  • Thomas I. White
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990