Recently published book provides a broad analysis of practical methods to best manage environmental risks and opportunities for companies and corporations.
DENVER, CO, September 22, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — International Environmental Risk Management: A Systems Approach provides a broad analysis of practical methods to systematically identify, evaluate, and successfully manage environmental risks and opportunities, using environmental management and compliance systems (including those based on ISO 14001 and U.S. guidance on effective compliance systems). It describes a framework that supports and enables compliance, sustainability, social responsibility, and Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) that can be integrated into widely used business management and operating systems (ranging from Operational Excellence to Enterprise Risk Management). The book was co-authored by Robert A. Woellner (QUEST Environmental), Christopher L. Bell (Greenberg Traurig, LLP), and John Voorhees (Greenberg Traurig, LLP).
Published in August 2020, this book is an updated version of Voorhees’ and Woellner’s 1997 publication, International Environmental Risk Management: ISO 14000 and the Systems Approach. With updated guidelines and a modern-day contextualized perspective, the 2020 publication provides an easy-to-follow framework for modern businesses to adopt sustainable and responsible practices within their daily practices and guidelines.
For purchase on Amazon or through publisher CRC Press, International Environmental Risk Management: A Systems Approach is an essential addition to the libraries of companies and NGOs hoping to implement sustainability and management and compliance systems, as well as academic institutions and law firms.
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