Management actions to address the climate emergency: Motivations and barriers for SMEs and other societal micro/meso-level groups

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O'Leary, S., Lieberman, S., Gulyas, A., Ogilvie, M., Bates, D., Heath, T., Pelz, C., Williams, S. and Shalet, D. 2023. Management actions to address the climate emergency: Motivations and barriers for SMEs and other societal micro/meso-level groups. The International Journal of Management Education. 21 (3). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijme.2023.100831
AuthorsO'Leary, S., Lieberman, S., Gulyas, A., Ogilvie, M., Bates, D., Heath, T., Pelz, C., Williams, S. and Shalet, D.
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Initiatives to tackle the climate emergency have tended to focus on large-scale actions that governments and investors (societal macro-levels) can take and smaller-scale individual habits, with limited attention given to the groups that form society between those ends of the spectrum (societal micro/meso-levels). This research aims to traverse that gap by studying three societal micro/meso-level groups; from the private, public and voluntary sectors, as represented by business, community and campaign groups. Existing literature and focus groups are used to identify what motivates actions on climate change, while exposing barriers that may drive choices of inaction. The study shows that concerns for the future and personal ethics play vital roles across business, community and campaign groups, while the principal barriers include difficulties in accessing support schemes and changes in political priorities. Better networking and knowledge exchange are considered essential for meaningful progress. This provides a new framework for management education to support organisations in tackling climate-related issues. Action guides may be developed and task-forces trained to provide hands-on support, especially for SMEs and local communities. The enthusiasm of younger people and campaigners, combined with others’ experiences, would create a powerful platform for climate emergency actions.

KeywordsClimate; Motivations ; Barriers; Sustainability; Societal groups
Year2023
JournalThe International Journal of Management Education
Journal citation21 (3)
PublisherElsevier
ISSN1472-8117
2352-3565
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijme.2023.100831
Official URLhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijme.2023.100831
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