Environmental Quality Management
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Edited By: Carol J. Forrest
Online ISSN: 1520-6483
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Style and Content. Articles should be informative and practical. The primary audience for Environmental Quality Management includes environmental managers, engineers, quality directors, and other environmental professionals.
Articles should be informative and analytical, but not narrowly technical. We seek material that will keep our readers up to date on both legal and practical developments in environmental management of business organizations.
Length. Articles may range in length from approximately 2,500 to 6,000 words. A 25- to 50-word summary of the article should be included.
Footnotes and References. Footnotes and references should be kept to a minimum. All references to journal articles and books should conform to the following style:
Journal article: Glynn, B. A. (2001, Autumn). Electronic trends in environmental reporting and recordkeeping. Environmental Quality Management, 11(1), 21-27.
Book: Bierma, T. J., & Waterstraat, F. L., Jr. (2000). Total cost of chemical ownership. In Chemical management: Reducing waste and cost through innovative supply strategies (Part 1, Chapter 5). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Electronic: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). (2009). Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). Retrieved from http://cdm.unfccc.int/index.html
URLs should be included for all electronic sources.
Author Biographies. A brief biographical statement for each author should accompany the article. This should include his or her title, field of expertise, company or other organizational affiliation, and the location of the organization.
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