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Green Organizations by Stephanie R. Klein, Ann Hergatt Huffman

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O*NET’s National Perspective on the Greening of the World of Work

Erich C. Dierdorff, Jennifer J. Norton, Christina M. Gregory, David Rivkin, and Phil M. Lewis

The past decade has indeed been marked with a heightened emphasis on all things “green,” “clean,” or “sustainable.” This prevalence has led to a substantial body of literature spanning multiple disciplines (e.g., organizational behavior, labor economics, engineering, environmental science) and dedicated to myriad issues linked to “going green” such as corporate environmental sustainability, clean energy technology, and employment growth in green jobs. The general conclusion of this broad body of literature is that greening of the global economy, and the organizations operating within ...

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