9780195152555

Environmental Performance Measurement The Global Report 2001-2002

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  • ISBN13:

    9780195152555

  • ISBN10:

    0195152557

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-02-28
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

The core of this volume is a survey of the environmental circumstances in122 countries. It present comparative data on critical environmentalcircumstances and trends, and essays on topics on the environmentaldata-performance-economics interface. This is the largest amount ofenvironmental data ever assembled at the national scale and will be an essentialtool for environmental decision makers in all countries across the world.

Table of Contents

World Economic Forum Global Leaders for Tomorrow Environment Task Force v
Contributors vii
Foreword ix
Klaus Schwab
Preface xi
Michael E. Porter
Why Measurement Matters
2(10)
Daniel C. Esty
Measuring Nations' Environmental Sustainability
12(12)
Marc A. Levy
National Environmental Performance Measurement and Determinants
24(20)
Daniel C. Esty
Michael E. Porter
Bridging the Gap: How Improved Information Can Help Companies Integrate Shareholder Value and Environmental Quality
44(10)
Forest Reinhardt
Financial Markets and Corporate Environmental Results
54(12)
Frank Dixon
Corporate Sustainability and Financial Indexes
66(16)
Alois Flatz
Creating Green Markets: What Do the Trade Data Tell Us?
82(117)
Peter K. Cornelius
Friedrich von Kirchbach
Mondher Mimouni
Annexes
Annex 1 Making Environmental Data Comparable: The ESI Methodology
97(10)
Annex 2 Component and Indicator Scores
107(30)
Annex 3 Country Profiles
137(62)
Annex 4 Variable Descriptions and Data
199

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