The Green Management Towards a Green Industrial Revolution

  title={The Green Management Towards a Green Industrial Revolution},
  author={Małgorzata Rutkowska and Adam Sulich},
The Green Management (GM) is now one of many methods proposed to achieve new, more ecological, and sustainable economic models. The paper is focused on the impact of the developing human population on the environment measured by researched variables. Anthropopressure can have both a positive and a negative dimension. This paper aims to present an econometric model of the Green Industrial Revolution (GIR) as a result of GM. The GIR is similar to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (FIR) and takes… 

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