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Environmental Management Systems (Ems) - Control Instrument of the Impact of the Organization Activities on the Environment


Due to the ability to create and use technology, the human being has found various ways to transform the resources of the Earth in all sorts of new materials, equipment and energy sources. At least since the last industrial revolution until now, each generation has added more technology to the received legacy, but at the same time, left the planet in a far more degraded state than the inherited condition.

Within these changes, small and medium enterprises (SME) in their capacity as pillars of the economic development of a nation, have been compelled to change their previous strategies. Implementing an Environmental Management Systems (EMS) can be seen as the only way to connect the activities of the organization to the environmental requirements, in a context in which the orientation of the demand towards environmental markets is becoming increasingly apparent.

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Corporate Initiatives and Strategies to Meet the Environmental Challenges – Contributions Towards a Green Economic Development

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Relevant Determinants of the Political Parties’ Environmental Preference

:// Neumayer, E., 2003. Are left-wing party strength and corporatism good for the environment? Evidence from panel analysis of air pollution in OECD countries. Ecological Economics, 45(2), 203-220. doi: Neumayer, E., 2004. The environment, left-wing political orientation and ecological economics. Ecological Economics, 51(3-4), 167-175. doi: Percic, S., and Apostoaie, C.-M., 2016. A Critical Review of the

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Analysis of Parameters which Affect Regularity of Air Flow in Perforated Pipe

References Dutta, P., Dutta, S. (1998). Effect of baffle size, perforation, and orientation on internal heat transfer enhancement. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 41, 3005-3013. Greig, D., Siddiqui, K,. Karava, P. (2012). An experimental investigation of the flow structure over a corrugated waveform in a transpired air collector. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 38, 133-144. Hwang, J-J. (1995). Heat transfer in a rectangular channel with perforated turbulence promoters using

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