A role for tomorrow's Dr Doomwatchers

The first known appointment of a full-time corporate environmental manager by a British business was made in 1972. The incumbent was promptly christened Dr Doomwatch by his workmates, who borrowed the name from a television series about an environmental detective but were equally reflecting the tide of apocalyptic environmental literature of the period.

Other environmental managers were appointed, mostly by chemical and oil companies, in

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