Case study: industry

  • G. Wyburd


Nowhere are environmental dilemmas more acutely felt than in the relationship of industry and business with the rest of society; nowhere are generalizations and over-simplifications about such dilemmas more likely to confuse the issues.


Business Ethic Environmental Impact Assessment Chief Executive Labour Party Environmental Audit 


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