Emerald Group Publishing Limited celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day with free access to key scholarly research on sustainability.
International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, as well as “Rethinking Governance for Sustainability”, a special issue of Corporate Governance, will be freely available online until 20 May 2010, using the following access details: username – earthday2010 and password – emerald. From Monday 26 April, Social Responsibility Journal will also be accessible to everyone as part of Emerald’s “journals of the week”, which features two of its publications in open access every week.
Edited by Professor Walter Filho, Head of Research, Hamburg University of Life Sciences, International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management regards climate change under the perspective of its wider implications: for economic growth, water and food security, and for people’s survival – especially those living in the poorest communities in developing countries. To read the journal, visit http://www.emeraldinsight.com/ijccsm.htm (username: earthday2010 password: emerald)
“Rethinking Governance for Sustainability” is a Special Issue of Corporate Governance guest-edited by Atle Midtun. This title explores new governance opportunities in today’s institutional terrain, with a focus on the global sustainability challenge. Innovative models of governance entrepreneurship are illustrated with examples from ecology, finance, corruption, and general politics. To view the special issue visit, http://www.emeraldinsight.com/cg.htm (username: earthday2010 password: emerald)
Contact: Arnaud Pellé, Corporate Communications Manager, Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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