EU environmental policy and business

  • Adrian Webb
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Abstract

This chapter analyses the relationship of European Union (EU) environmental policy and business with the particular example of the packaging directive and its impact on the Swedish paper firm, Korsnäs AB of Gävle, as its case study. For the discussion to be meaningful, however, it must unpick a much wider network of relationships which impinge on the main argument and determine its whole character. Those other relationships, moreover, are themselves multi-dimensional and by no means necessarily internally consistent. The final section of this chapter will be devoted to a review of some unresolved questions.

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