CALL FOR CHAPTERS
GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY AS A BUSINESS IMPERATIVE a volume in the Palgrave Sustainability Series
JAMES A.F. STONER AND CHARLES WANKEL, Editors
Chapter proposals are solicited, particularly on the following topics: Business Logic for Sustainability, Sustainability as a Business Model, Assessing Corporate Environmental Performance, The Transportation Industry’s Sustainability Opportunities, Redoing Business Curricula to Emphasize Global Sustainability Issues, Empowerment for Sustainability, The Role of Corporate Boards in Sustainability Issues, Environmental Awards, Designing Green Business Facilities, Transforming Business Energy Use in Urban Environments, The Impact of Global Industrial Supply Chains on Sustainable Development in Developing Countries, Re-Educating Consumers, New Directions to New Futures from the Nebulous Present.
Proposals of any length will be considered. However, the more detailed proposals are, the more likely they will result in acceptance. Proposals should be accompanied by brief biographies including the chapter authors’ terminal degrees, current institutional affiliations, listing of related publications, and contact information (ideally including email, phone, mobile, and Skype). Chapter proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis until we have an excellent complement of chapters. This is to enable accepted authors to commence work directly. Send your proposal to BOTH firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com for consideration. Chapters will be due in April. First drafts are expected February 15th to enable review and revision. Chapters should approximate 6000 words. Publication is anticipated in the second half of 2010.