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Companies Should Lobby Governments for Tougher Emissions Targets and Subsidies to Stimulate Investment in Green Technologies. One Business Group Has Shown What Can Be Done
December 22, 2006... Governments and the private sector are in a catch-22 over climate change. Politicians feel limited in their ability to introduce new climate change policies because they fear business resistance. And companies are unable to increase investment in low carbon solutions because of the absence of...
Climate Change: Threat or Opportunity? There Is No Contradiction between Tackling Climate Change and Being Globally Competitive. Reducing Emissions Is in Business's Interests, and the Low-Carbon Economy Presents Golden Opportunities
December 22, 2006... Our world is rapidly getting warmer, and among serious scientists there is no longer any doubt about the cause. Emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases from human activities are blanketing the atmosphere and trapping more heat from the sun. The global temperature...
CEMS: an authority in Management education.
December 22, 2006... The Community of European Management Schools and International Companies (CEMS) is an alliance of leaders in business and higher education. Founded in 1988, the network has grown steadily, largely due to the success and popularity of the CEMS Pan-European Masters in International Management...
EBF and the European perspective on global management issues.
December 22, 2006... EBF: A CEMS INITIATIVE European Business Forum (EBF) represents an original departure from the traditional positioning of business publications. It is neither an academic journal nor a business news magazine. EBF draws on the contributions of talented academics to raise the European voice...
Letter from the editor.(Editorial)
December 22, 2006... Innovation is an over-used word, but that doesn't stop it being fundamental to Europe's prospects. In the next century, Europe will not be able to cost-cut, outsource, or productivity-boost its way to competitiveness, at least not for long. It will need to invent new things and do things in...