Corporate Responses to Climate Change

Author: Frans van der Woerd, David Levy & Katie Begg (eds.), Greener Management International: The Journal of Corporate Environmental Strategy and Practice (no. 39), Published on: 1 January 2003

includes chapters on: "An Overview of Corporate Strategies" [refers to BP, Lafarge, General Motors, DuPont, Boeing, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel, Shell, United Technologies, Whirlpool, Deutsche Telekom, Gerling Group, Munich Re, Ford, Coca-Cola, Alcan, Entergy, Ontario Power Generation, Pechiney, Suncor, Johnson & Johnson, Nike, Credit Lyonnais, Swiss Re, American Electric Power, Baxter International, Equity Office Properties Trust, International Paper, Manitoba Hydro, MeadWestvaco, Motorola, ST Microelectronics, Stora Enso, Temple-Inland, Waste Management Inc, Chubu, Chugoku Electric Power, Deutsche Bank, Electrabel, Fortum, Gaz de France, Kyushu Electric Power Co., Mitsubishi Corp., Mitsui, Norsk Hydro, Rabobank, RWE, Shikoku Electric Power Co., Statoil, Tohoku Electric Power Co., Tokyo Electric Power Co., TransAlta, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Elf, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, Credit Suisse, Merrill Lynch, UBS, ING, Lloyd’s of London, Bank of America, Chase Manhattan, AIG]; "Climate, Cement and China"; "Climate Change and the Insurance Sector"; "The Case of the Tahumanu Hydroelectric Project in Bolivia"

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Related companies: AIG Alcan (now Rio Tinto Alcan) American Electric Power Bank of America Baxter International Boeing BP Chase (part of JPMorgan Chase) Chevron Chugoku Electric Power Coca-Cola Credit Suisse Deutsche Bank Deutsche Telekom DuPont Electrabel Elf Aquitaine (now part of Total) Entergy Equinor (formerly Statoil) ExxonMobil Ford Fortum Gaz de France (part of GDF Suez) General Motors Gerling Group IBM ING Intel International Paper Johnson & Johnson Lafarge (part of LafargeHolcim) MeadWestvaco Merrill Lynch (part of Bank of America) Mitsubishi Group Mitsui Motorola Munich Re Nike Norsk Hydro Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Pechiney (part of Rio Tinto) Rabobank RWE Shell Shikoku Electric Power ST Microelectronics Stora Enso Suncor Swiss Re Temple-Inland Tohoku Electric Power Total TransAlta UBS United Technologies Whirlpool