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Professor Gail Whiteman

Professor Gail Whiteman

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Gail Whiteman is a Professor of Sustainability at the University of Exeter Business School (UK). She is a social science expert how decision-makers make sense of systemic global risks from climate change and other environmental threats.

She is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Frontier Risk, keynote speaker at Davos in 2020, “What’s at Stake: The Arctic,” alongside Sanna Marin (Prime Minister, Finland) and Al Gore.  In 2021, she organised and participated in a High Level Panel – “A Plan for the Planet – the Arctic and Beyond” -- with TIME Magazine as part of WEF's media programme for the online Davos Agenda, together with HRH Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, Robert Downey Jr., Baroness Bryony Worthington, Rainn Wilson, and Eric Rondolat.

Professor Whiteman is also the Founder of Arctic Basecamp, a registered not-for-profit science outreach platform. Since 2012, she is the Professor-in-Residence at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and is actively involved in building science-based targets for collective business action. 

She is regularly quoted in the media and has had numerous research grants from the EU and other sources. 

Nationality: Dual - Canadian & British

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Research interests

  • Global risk
  • Sensemaking and environmental threats
  • Climate change

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

de Jonge C, Whiteman G (2014). Arne Naess (1912–2009)., Oxford University Press. Abstract. DOI.

Journal articles

Whiteman G, Williams A (In Press). A Call for Deep Engagement for Impact: Addressing the Planetary Emergency. Strategic Organization
Yumashev D, Hope C, Schaefer K, Riemann-Campe K, Iglesias-Suarez F, Jafarov E, Whiteman G, Young P (In Press). Climate Policy Implications of Nonlinear Decline of Arctic Land Permafrost and Sea Ice.  Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G, Williams A, Heucher K (In Press). Planetary emergency and paradox. Research in the socIology of organIzatIons part 73a, 73a
Warszawski L, Kriegler E, Lenton TM, Gaffney O, Jacob D, Klingenfeld D, Koide R, Costa MM, Messner D, Nakicenovic N, et al (2021). All options, not silver bullets, needed to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees C: a scenario appraisal. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 16(6). Author URL. DOI.
Williams A, Whiteman G, Kennedy S (2021). Cross-Scale Systemic Resilience: Implications for Organization Studies. Business and Society, 60(1), 95-124. Abstract. DOI.
Alvarez J, Yumashev D, Whiteman G (2020). A framework for assessing the economic impacts of Arctic change. Ambio, 49(2), 407-418. Abstract. DOI.
Williams A, Whiteman G, Parker JN (2019). Backstage Interorganizational Collaboration: Corporate Endorsement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Academy of Management Discoveries, 5(4), 367-395. DOI.
Yumashev D, Hope C, Schaefer K, Riemann-Campe K, Iglesias-Suarez F, Jafarov E, Burke EJ, Young PJ, Elshorbany Y, Whiteman G, et al (2019). Climate policy implications of nonlinear decline of Arctic land permafrost and other cryosphere elements. Nat Commun, 10(1). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Figueres C, Le Quere C, Mahindra A, Baete O, Whiteman G, Peters G, Guan D (2018). Emissions are still rising: ramp up the cuts. NATURE, 564(7734), 27-30. Author URL.
Whiteman G, Yumashev D (2018). Poles Apart: the Arctic & Management Studies. Journal of Management Studies, 55(5), 873-879. DOI.
Whiteman G, Zundel M, Holt R (2018). Provoked by Charlie Hebdo: Visual Satire and Management Studies. Academy of Management Review, 43(3), 530-540. DOI.
Branzei O, Muñoz P, Russell S, Whiteman G (2017). Call for papers: Special issue on “regenerative organizations: Business and climate action beyond mitigation and adaptation”. Organization and Environment, 30(3), 275-277. DOI.
Kennedy S, Whiteman G, van den Ende J (2017). Radical Innovation for Sustainability: the Power of Strategy and Open Innovation. LONG RANGE PLANNING, 50(6), 712-725. Author URL. DOI.
Green JMH, Cranston GR, Sutherland WJ, Tranter HR, Bell SJ, Benton TG, Blixt E, Bowe C, Broadley S, Brown A, et al (2017). Research priorities for managing the impacts and dependencies of business upon food, energy, water and the environment. Sustainability Science, 12(2), 319-331. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Williams A, Kennedy S, Philipp F, Whiteman G (2017). Systems thinking: a review of sustainability management research. Journal of Cleaner Production, 148, 866-881. Abstract. DOI.
Figueres C, Schellnhuber HJ, Whiteman G, Rockström J, Hobley A, Rahmstorf S (2017). Three years to safeguard our climate. Nature, 546(7660), 593-595. DOI.
Yumashev D, van Hussen K, Gille J, Whiteman G (2017). Towards a balanced view of Arctic shipping: estimating economic impacts of emissions from increased traffic on the Northern Sea Route. Climatic Change, 143(1-2), 143-155. Abstract. DOI.
Perego P, Kennedy S, Whiteman G (2016). A lot of icing but little cake? Taking integrated reporting forward. Journal of Cleaner Production, 136, 53-64. Abstract. DOI.
Muller A, Whiteman G (2016). Corporate Philanthropic Responses to Emergent Human Needs: the Role of Organizational Attention Focus. Journal of Business Ethics, 137(2), 299-314. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2016). Decoupling Rape. Academy of Management Discoveries, 2(2), 115-154. DOI.
Jolly F, Whiteman G (2016). Last words. Human Relations, 59(3), 443-444. DOI.
Whiteman G (2016). Poems from James Bay. Organization & Environment, 10(2), 191-193. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2016). Sixty-six ways to get it wrong. Human Relations, 59(3), 409-427. Abstract. DOI.
Akemu O, Whiteman G, Kennedy S (2016). Social Enterprise Emergence from Social Movement Activism: the Fairphone Case. Journal of Management Studies, 53(5), 846-877. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2016). Why are we Talking Inside?. Journal of Management Inquiry, 13(3), 261-277. Abstract. DOI.
Kennedy S, Whiteman G (2015). Environmentalism and Corporate Sustainability. , 1-8. DOI.
Whiteman G, Hoster H (2015). Vehicle emissions: Volkswagen and the road to Paris. Nature, 527(7576). DOI.
Guthey GT, Whiteman G, Elmes M (2014). Place and sense of place: Implications for organizational studies of sustainability. Journal of Management Inquiry, 23(3), 254-265. Abstract. DOI.
Roberts C, Finkbeiner A, Comfort N, Farmelo G, Gong L, Draaisma D, Catley-Carlson M, Whiteman G, Abdulla S, Baker J, et al (2014). Summer books. Nature, 511(7508), 152-154. DOI.
Whiteman G (2014). The Zero Marginal Cost Society: the Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism. NATURE, 511(7508), 154-154. Author URL.
Parmentier FJW, Christensen TR (2013). Arctic: Speed of methane release. Nature, 500(7464). DOI.
Kraemer R, Whiteman G, Banerjee B (2013). Conflict and Astroturfing in Niyamgiri: the Importance of National Advocacy Networks in Anti-Corporate Social Movements. Organization Studies, 34(5-6), 823-852. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2013). Economics: Fixing the climate odds. Nature, 502(7472). DOI.
Whiteman G, Hope C, Wadhams P (2013). Vast costs of Arctic change. Nature, 499(7459), 401-403. DOI.
Wright C, Nyberg D, De Cock C, Whiteman G (2013). Voices from the front lines of the climate wars. Organization, 20(5), 743-744. DOI.
Carmack E, McLaughlin F, Whiteman G, Homer-Dixon T (2012). Detecting and Coping with Disruptive Shocks in Arctic Marine Systems: a Resilience Approach to Place and People. AMBIO, 41(1), 56-65. DOI.
Whiteman G, Walker B, Perego P (2012). Planetary Boundaries: Ecological Foundations for Corporate Sustainability. Journal of Management Studies, 50(2), 307-336. DOI.
Elmes MB, Jiusto S, Whiteman G, Hersh R, Guthey GT (2012). Teaching Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the Perspective of Place and Place Making. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 11(4), 533-554. DOI.
Whiteman G, de Vos DR, Chapin FS, Yli-Pelkonen V, Niemelä J, Forbes BC (2011). Business strategies and the transition to low-carbon cities. Business Strategy and the Environment, 20(4), 251-265. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2011). Climate economics: Corporate greening falls short. Nature, 473(7346), 149-150. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2011). Ecological Sensemaking. Academy of Management Journal, 54(5), 889-911. DOI.
Whiteman G, Dorsey M, Wittneben B (2010). Businesses and biodiversity: they would say that. Nature, 466(7305), 435-435. DOI.
Whiteman G (2010). Heart Matters. Journal of Management Inquiry, 19(4), 348-349. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2010). Management Studies That Break Your Heart. Journal of Management Inquiry, 19(4), 328-337. Abstract. DOI.
Jolly F, Whiteman G, Atkinson M, Radu I (2010). Managing and Educating Outside: a Cree Hunter’s Perspective on Management Education. Journal of Management Education, 35(1), 27-50. Abstract. DOI.
Bruijn E, Whiteman G (2010). That Which Doesn’t Break Us: Identity Work by Local Indigenous ‘Stakeholders’. Journal of Business Ethics, 96(3), 479-495. DOI.
Whiteman G (2010). “First you Have to Get Outside”: Reflecting on the Ecological Location of Qualitative Research. Organization & Environment, 23(2), 119-131. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2009). All My Relations: Understanding Perceptions of Justice and Conflict between Companies and Indigenous Peoples. Organization Studies, 30(1), 101-120. Abstract. DOI.
Loorbach D, van Bakel JC, Whiteman G, Rotmans J (2009). Business strategies for transitions towards sustainable systems. Business Strategy and the Environment, n/a-n/a. DOI.
Muller A, Whiteman G (2009). Exploring the geography of corporate philanthropic disaster response: a study of fortune global 500 firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 84(4), 589-603. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2009). Recession Watch: Investing in the environment. Nature, 457(7232), 965-966. DOI.
Guthey GT, Whiteman G (2009). Social and ecological transitions: Winemaking in california. E:CO Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 11(3), 37-48. Abstract.
Whiteman G, Müller T, Johnson JM (2009). Strong emotions at work. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: an International Journal, 4(1), 46-61. DOI.
Muller A, Whiteman G (2008). Exploring the Geography of Corporate Philanthropic Disaster Response: a Study of Fortune Global 500 Firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 84(4), 605-605. DOI.
Flanagan W, Whiteman G (2006). “AIDS is Not a Business”: a Study in Global Corporate Responsibility – Securing Access to Low-cost HIV Medications. Journal of Business Ethics, 73(1), 65-75. DOI.
Whiteman G (2004). The impact of economic development in James Bay, Canada: the Cree tallymen speak out. Organization and Environment, 17(4), 425-448. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2000). Ecological embeddedness. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 43(6), 1265-1282. Author URL. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2000). Ecological embeddedness. Academy of Management Journal, 43(5), 1265-1282. Abstract. DOI.
WHITEMAN G (1999). MANAGING IN THE MILLENNIUM -- TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICALKNOWLEDGE (TEK):. A FIRST NATIONS APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY. Academy of Management Proceedings, 1999(1), A1-A6. DOI.
Chapin FS, Whiteman G (1998). Sustainable Development of the Boreal Forest: Interaction of Ecological, Social, and Business Feedbacks. Ecology and Society, 2(2). Abstract. DOI.

Chapters

Kennedy S, Whiteman G, Von Schwedler M (2017). A place-based analysis of sustainable water management. In  (Ed) The World Scientific Reference on Entrepreneurship, 159-192.  Abstract. DOI.
Kennedy S, Whiteman G, Schwedler MV (2016). A Place-Based Analysis of Sustainable Water Management. In  (Ed) The World Scientific Reference on Entrepreneurship, WORLD SCIENTIFIC, 159-192. DOI.

Conferences

Chapin FS, Peterson G, Berkes F, Callaghan TV, Angelstam P, Apps M, Beier C, Bergeron Y, Crépin AS, Danell K, et al (2004). Resilience and vulnerability of northern regions to social and environmental change.  Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year


In Press

Whiteman G, Williams A (In Press). A Call for Deep Engagement for Impact: Addressing the Planetary Emergency. Strategic Organization
Yumashev D, Hope C, Schaefer K, Riemann-Campe K, Iglesias-Suarez F, Jafarov E, Whiteman G, Young P (In Press). Climate Policy Implications of Nonlinear Decline of Arctic Land Permafrost and Sea Ice.  Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G, Williams A, Heucher K (In Press). Planetary emergency and paradox. Research in the socIology of organIzatIons part 73a, 73a

2021

Warszawski L, Kriegler E, Lenton TM, Gaffney O, Jacob D, Klingenfeld D, Koide R, Costa MM, Messner D, Nakicenovic N, et al (2021). All options, not silver bullets, needed to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees C: a scenario appraisal. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 16(6). Author URL. DOI.
Williams A, Whiteman G, Kennedy S (2021). Cross-Scale Systemic Resilience: Implications for Organization Studies. Business and Society, 60(1), 95-124. Abstract. DOI.

2020

Alvarez J, Yumashev D, Whiteman G (2020). A framework for assessing the economic impacts of Arctic change. Ambio, 49(2), 407-418. Abstract. DOI.

2019

Williams A, Whiteman G, Parker JN (2019). Backstage Interorganizational Collaboration: Corporate Endorsement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Academy of Management Discoveries, 5(4), 367-395. DOI.
Yumashev D, Hope C, Schaefer K, Riemann-Campe K, Iglesias-Suarez F, Jafarov E, Burke EJ, Young PJ, Elshorbany Y, Whiteman G, et al (2019). Climate policy implications of nonlinear decline of Arctic land permafrost and other cryosphere elements. Nat Commun, 10(1). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2018

Figueres C, Le Quere C, Mahindra A, Baete O, Whiteman G, Peters G, Guan D (2018). Emissions are still rising: ramp up the cuts. NATURE, 564(7734), 27-30. Author URL.
Whiteman G, Yumashev D (2018). Poles Apart: the Arctic & Management Studies. Journal of Management Studies, 55(5), 873-879. DOI.
Whiteman G, Zundel M, Holt R (2018). Provoked by Charlie Hebdo: Visual Satire and Management Studies. Academy of Management Review, 43(3), 530-540. DOI.

2017

Kennedy S, Whiteman G, Von Schwedler M (2017). A place-based analysis of sustainable water management. In  (Ed) The World Scientific Reference on Entrepreneurship, 159-192.  Abstract. DOI.
Branzei O, Muñoz P, Russell S, Whiteman G (2017). Call for papers: Special issue on “regenerative organizations: Business and climate action beyond mitigation and adaptation”. Organization and Environment, 30(3), 275-277. DOI.
Kennedy S, Whiteman G, van den Ende J (2017). Radical Innovation for Sustainability: the Power of Strategy and Open Innovation. LONG RANGE PLANNING, 50(6), 712-725. Author URL. DOI.
Green JMH, Cranston GR, Sutherland WJ, Tranter HR, Bell SJ, Benton TG, Blixt E, Bowe C, Broadley S, Brown A, et al (2017). Research priorities for managing the impacts and dependencies of business upon food, energy, water and the environment. Sustainability Science, 12(2), 319-331. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Williams A, Kennedy S, Philipp F, Whiteman G (2017). Systems thinking: a review of sustainability management research. Journal of Cleaner Production, 148, 866-881. Abstract. DOI.
Figueres C, Schellnhuber HJ, Whiteman G, Rockström J, Hobley A, Rahmstorf S (2017). Three years to safeguard our climate. Nature, 546(7660), 593-595. DOI.
Yumashev D, van Hussen K, Gille J, Whiteman G (2017). Towards a balanced view of Arctic shipping: estimating economic impacts of emissions from increased traffic on the Northern Sea Route. Climatic Change, 143(1-2), 143-155. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Kennedy S, Whiteman G, Schwedler MV (2016). A Place-Based Analysis of Sustainable Water Management. In  (Ed) The World Scientific Reference on Entrepreneurship, WORLD SCIENTIFIC, 159-192. DOI.
Perego P, Kennedy S, Whiteman G (2016). A lot of icing but little cake? Taking integrated reporting forward. Journal of Cleaner Production, 136, 53-64. Abstract. DOI.
Muller A, Whiteman G (2016). Corporate Philanthropic Responses to Emergent Human Needs: the Role of Organizational Attention Focus. Journal of Business Ethics, 137(2), 299-314. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2016). Decoupling Rape. Academy of Management Discoveries, 2(2), 115-154. DOI.
Jolly F, Whiteman G (2016). Last words. Human Relations, 59(3), 443-444. DOI.
Whiteman G (2016). Poems from James Bay. Organization & Environment, 10(2), 191-193. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2016). Sixty-six ways to get it wrong. Human Relations, 59(3), 409-427. Abstract. DOI.
Akemu O, Whiteman G, Kennedy S (2016). Social Enterprise Emergence from Social Movement Activism: the Fairphone Case. Journal of Management Studies, 53(5), 846-877. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2016). Why are we Talking Inside?. Journal of Management Inquiry, 13(3), 261-277. Abstract. DOI.

2015

Kennedy S, Whiteman G (2015). Environmentalism and Corporate Sustainability. , 1-8. DOI.
Whiteman G, Hoster H (2015). Vehicle emissions: Volkswagen and the road to Paris. Nature, 527(7576). DOI.

2014

de Jonge C, Whiteman G (2014). Arne Naess (1912–2009)., Oxford University Press. Abstract. DOI.
Guthey GT, Whiteman G, Elmes M (2014). Place and sense of place: Implications for organizational studies of sustainability. Journal of Management Inquiry, 23(3), 254-265. Abstract. DOI.
Roberts C, Finkbeiner A, Comfort N, Farmelo G, Gong L, Draaisma D, Catley-Carlson M, Whiteman G, Abdulla S, Baker J, et al (2014). Summer books. Nature, 511(7508), 152-154. DOI.
Whiteman G (2014). The Zero Marginal Cost Society: the Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism. NATURE, 511(7508), 154-154. Author URL.

2013

Parmentier FJW, Christensen TR (2013). Arctic: Speed of methane release. Nature, 500(7464). DOI.
Kraemer R, Whiteman G, Banerjee B (2013). Conflict and Astroturfing in Niyamgiri: the Importance of National Advocacy Networks in Anti-Corporate Social Movements. Organization Studies, 34(5-6), 823-852. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2013). Economics: Fixing the climate odds. Nature, 502(7472). DOI.
Whiteman G, Hope C, Wadhams P (2013). Vast costs of Arctic change. Nature, 499(7459), 401-403. DOI.
Wright C, Nyberg D, De Cock C, Whiteman G (2013). Voices from the front lines of the climate wars. Organization, 20(5), 743-744. DOI.

2012

Carmack E, McLaughlin F, Whiteman G, Homer-Dixon T (2012). Detecting and Coping with Disruptive Shocks in Arctic Marine Systems: a Resilience Approach to Place and People. AMBIO, 41(1), 56-65. DOI.
Whiteman G, Walker B, Perego P (2012). Planetary Boundaries: Ecological Foundations for Corporate Sustainability. Journal of Management Studies, 50(2), 307-336. DOI.
Elmes MB, Jiusto S, Whiteman G, Hersh R, Guthey GT (2012). Teaching Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the Perspective of Place and Place Making. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 11(4), 533-554. DOI.

2011

Whiteman G, de Vos DR, Chapin FS, Yli-Pelkonen V, Niemelä J, Forbes BC (2011). Business strategies and the transition to low-carbon cities. Business Strategy and the Environment, 20(4), 251-265. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2011). Climate economics: Corporate greening falls short. Nature, 473(7346), 149-150. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2011). Ecological Sensemaking. Academy of Management Journal, 54(5), 889-911. DOI.

2010

Whiteman G, Dorsey M, Wittneben B (2010). Businesses and biodiversity: they would say that. Nature, 466(7305), 435-435. DOI.
Whiteman G (2010). Heart Matters. Journal of Management Inquiry, 19(4), 348-349. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2010). Management Studies That Break Your Heart. Journal of Management Inquiry, 19(4), 328-337. Abstract. DOI.
Jolly F, Whiteman G, Atkinson M, Radu I (2010). Managing and Educating Outside: a Cree Hunter’s Perspective on Management Education. Journal of Management Education, 35(1), 27-50. Abstract. DOI.
Bruijn E, Whiteman G (2010). That Which Doesn’t Break Us: Identity Work by Local Indigenous ‘Stakeholders’. Journal of Business Ethics, 96(3), 479-495. DOI.
Whiteman G (2010). “First you Have to Get Outside”: Reflecting on the Ecological Location of Qualitative Research. Organization & Environment, 23(2), 119-131. Abstract. DOI.

2009

Whiteman G (2009). All My Relations: Understanding Perceptions of Justice and Conflict between Companies and Indigenous Peoples. Organization Studies, 30(1), 101-120. Abstract. DOI.
Loorbach D, van Bakel JC, Whiteman G, Rotmans J (2009). Business strategies for transitions towards sustainable systems. Business Strategy and the Environment, n/a-n/a. DOI.
Muller A, Whiteman G (2009). Exploring the geography of corporate philanthropic disaster response: a study of fortune global 500 firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 84(4), 589-603. Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2009). Recession Watch: Investing in the environment. Nature, 457(7232), 965-966. DOI.
Guthey GT, Whiteman G (2009). Social and ecological transitions: Winemaking in california. E:CO Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 11(3), 37-48. Abstract.
Whiteman G, Müller T, Johnson JM (2009). Strong emotions at work. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: an International Journal, 4(1), 46-61. DOI.

2008

Muller A, Whiteman G (2008). Exploring the Geography of Corporate Philanthropic Disaster Response: a Study of Fortune Global 500 Firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 84(4), 605-605. DOI.

2006

Flanagan W, Whiteman G (2006). “AIDS is Not a Business”: a Study in Global Corporate Responsibility – Securing Access to Low-cost HIV Medications. Journal of Business Ethics, 73(1), 65-75. DOI.

2004

Chapin FS, Peterson G, Berkes F, Callaghan TV, Angelstam P, Apps M, Beier C, Bergeron Y, Crépin AS, Danell K, et al (2004). Resilience and vulnerability of northern regions to social and environmental change.  Abstract. DOI.
Whiteman G (2004). The impact of economic development in James Bay, Canada: the Cree tallymen speak out. Organization and Environment, 17(4), 425-448. Abstract. DOI.

2000

Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2000). Ecological embeddedness. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 43(6), 1265-1282. Author URL. DOI.
Whiteman G, Cooper WH (2000). Ecological embeddedness. Academy of Management Journal, 43(5), 1265-1282. Abstract. DOI.

1999

WHITEMAN G (1999). MANAGING IN THE MILLENNIUM -- TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICALKNOWLEDGE (TEK):. A FIRST NATIONS APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY. Academy of Management Proceedings, 1999(1), A1-A6. DOI.

1998

Chapin FS, Whiteman G (1998). Sustainable Development of the Boreal Forest: Interaction of Ecological, Social, and Business Feedbacks. Ecology and Society, 2(2). Abstract. DOI.

External positions

  • Founder, Arctic Basecamp
  • Member, World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Frontier Risk
  • Professor-in-Residence, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

  • Executive Education on Corporate Sustainability and global risks from environmental change

Modules

2021/22