Climate Change and New Organizational Landscapes

The journal of Organization Studies has released a special issue for November 2012 titled Climate Change and the Emergence of New Organizational Landscapes, by Guest editors Bettina B. F. Wittneben, Chukwumerije Okereke, Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee and David L. Levy. The editors state in their introductory article: “Given the urgency of the problem and the need for a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy, there is a pressing need for organization scholars to develop a better understanding of apathy and inertia in the face of the current crisis and to identify paths toward transformative change.” The issue includes such articles as “Hippies on the Third Floor: Climate Change, Narrative Identity and the Micro-Politics of Corporate Environmentalism” by Christopher Wright, Daniel Nyberg, and David Grant of the University of Sydney, Australia.




Organization Studies, (November 2012) v. 33 #11 is available at the Sage website:

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