About this Research Topic
The effective implementation and success rate of an organization’s activities to protect the environment is usually dependent on the employees because they are the central part of the processes and strategies. Additionally, their ineffective use of resources (human, physical, and technical) not only increases the cost of the company but also harms the society and natural environment. In this context, we believe that there is a need to improve the attitude, cognitive skills, consumption, and usage pattern of employees because their activities determine the success, profits, and sustainability of both environment and organization.
Thus, we welcome new studies from cross-disciplinary to examine the factors promoting employees to protect the environment.
We welcome submissions that span a range of themes including (but not limited to):
• Factors improving attitude and cognitive abilities of employees to protect the environment.
• Personal and social influence on employees’ environmental performance.
• Employees’ engagement and environmental objectives.
• Employees' creative ideas for environmental sustainability.
• Effects of employees' green behaviors on environmental sustainability.
• Employees' green consumption and utilization of resources.
Keywords: Employees engagement, employees’ green consumption, and utilization of resources, employee environmental performance, environmental sustainability, organizational sustainability
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