The Comprehensive Environmental Management Model in Post-Covid19 Era

https://doi.org/10.32996/jbms.2020.2.1.1

Authors

  • Monomita Nandy Brunel University, Brunel Business School, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH, UK
  • Giovanni Marocchi Dragon Values Project Manager, National committee member, Co-founder & scientific committee member, Italy
  • Suman Lodh Middlesex University, Middlesex University Business School, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT, UK
  • Alessandro Corradini Dragon Values, Via Bramante,11 – 43124 Parma – Italy

Keywords:

Covid19, Coronavirus, Environmental Management Mode, Green Certificate, UNEP

Abstract

To restrict the adverse impact of Green House Gas there is a need of rapid action for transformation of the current situation to achieve the targets mentioned by the United Nations Programme. The coronavirus crisis generated additional challenges but also generated a provision for companies to develop a sustainable model in the recovery period by incorporating the non-financial aspect of green environment in their business model. In this paper, we identify some of the main problems of the existing projects related to Green House Gas control and propose the Dragon Value System with a potentiality of overcoming the drawbacks of the existing models. We find a comprehensive environmental management model that will be opportunity driven, based on certain financial assets associated with wide spectrum of stakeholders and applicable by company of any size. The findings of the paper will contribute to the academic literature related to environmental management and SDG 7. The proposed model will assist the investors to identify a comprehensive model to invest and could generate new public-private partnership to apply highly beneficial and comprehensive environmental management model.

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Published

2020-06-28

How to Cite

Nandy, M. ., Marocchi, G. ., Lodh, S. ., & Corradini, A. . (2020). The Comprehensive Environmental Management Model in Post-Covid19 Era. Journal of Business and Management Studies, 2(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.32996/jbms.2020.2.1.1