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8th International Conference of NAPSIPAG 2011

It has been widely regarded that policies and institutions that are adaptive in nature are better able to deal with the dynamic issues such as environmental degradation and climate change adaptation. However, verifying the veracity of this hypothesis is difficult often due to absence of long experience in climate change adaptation in most countries...

Peer-reviewed Article
In International Journal of Economics and Management Engineering (IJEME)
Leina Wang, Yanli Dong, Jie Yang, Cunkuan Bao

This paper describes case studies on green supply chain management (GSCM) of three companies based in the Yangtze River delta of China. After clarifying major supply chain relationships of each company, we identified their internal and external GSCM practices. The corresponding changes of environmental and economic performances are summarized...

2011 Asian Conference of Management Science & Applications
Yanli Dong

Using the data collected from 165 companies based in the Yangtze River delta of China, this paper analyzes the driving mechanisms of green supply chain management (GSCM). The valid respondents are classified as laggard practitioners and advanced practitioners by a cluster analysis of the scores presented to the pre-defined twelve GSCM activities...

Policy Report
Lee, So-Young
Kang, Jung Hwa

National and sub-national policy for Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC) is one of the powerful instruments to influence sustainable consumption (SC) behaviour at both individual and organisational levels. This report addresses how to improve the capacity of policy makers and governments in formulating ESC policy. It also addresses the...

8th International Conference of NAPSIPAG 2011

The ongoing negotiations for the future climate regime have clearly indicated the need for both the developed and developing countries to work together in enhancing the adaptation to climate change. While much of the climate change adaptation debate has long been focused on the developing countries, little emphasis has been made on the need for...