More and more, consumers are demanding "green" products. In response, many corporations are developing and marketing merchandise billed as environmentally friendly. But are these corporations choosing to ignore any negative ramifications these products may actually have? Organization and Environment Guest Editor Frances Bowen and Editor J. Alberto Aragon-Correa discuss in their editorial "Greenwashing in Corporate … Continue reading Are Corporations Really as Green as They Say They Are?
More and more consumers are turning to environmentally friendly products and services, even though this can occasionally mean a higher cost. Restaurants are no exception to the idea of greener living, but are customers willing to allow for the extra expense involved? Young Namkung and SooCheong (Shawn) Jang researched this in their article "Are Consumers … Continue reading Is There an Economic Future for Eco-Friendly Eateries?