John Voorhees, Robert A. Woellner, Christopher L. Bell
August 4, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 320 Pages
ISBN 9781138054523 - CAT# K33213
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Based on the first edition with extensive analysis of practical applications of ISO 14000 and environmental compliance management systems, this second edition of International Environmental Risk Management reflects updates made in ISO 14001 and makes available a frame of reference and systematic approach to effectively manage environmental risk. It provides a pathway for readers to understand and systematically implement environmental management systems that symbiotically support: enterprise risk management programs; compliance, anti-bribery, and legal management systems; and product stewardship, carbon footprint assessments, and sustainability programs. This book provides in depth discussions of ways to use global environmental management standards.
New Features in this Edition:
As a growing and rapidly changing field, it is necessary to address new issues, guidelines, and regulations to assist businesses, academia, students, consultants, lawyers, and environmental managers with the pragmatic resolution to environmental and risk management issues. This second edition gives a broad and detailed analysis of the changes made to ISO 14001 and serves as an excellent guide in managing environmental risk.
Environmental Management Systems: A Tool for Success. Environmental Risk Management – An Overview. The Context for Managing Environmental Risk. A Systematic Approach to Managing Environmental Risk. Preventing and Mitigating Environmental Liabilities with Environmental Management Systems. Sustainability – Strategic Issues in Managing Environmental Risk. Voluntary Programs and Industry-Led Initiatives to Reduce Environmental Risk. Implementation of Risk Management and Risk Reduction Strategies. Core Elements of an Effective Environmental Risk Management System Implementing an Effective Environmental Risk Management System. Other Environmental Risk Reduction Considerations and Strategies. Reducing Litigation Risks and Costs. Solving Environmental Problems Without Litigation. Environmental Performance Innovations. Conclusion.