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Science and technology development and the depoliticization of the public space: The case of socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New ZealandLinda R. Macdonald, Richard J. Varey, James R. Barker
The authors aim to review a five‐year multi‐study research programme on the role of public dialogue in the social and cultural sustainability of biotechnology developments…
This paper seeks to investigate sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions trading practice in China and discusses what it might reveal about the suitability of using emissions…
The role of management accounting practices as facilitators of the environmental management: Evidence from EMAS organisationsEsther Albelda
The paper aims to explore the role of management accounting practices as facilitators of the environmental management.
An analysis of the Italian governmental guidelines and of the local governments' practices for social reportsFederica Farneti, Benedetta Siboni
This paper seeks to analyse social report guidelines and practices within Italian local governments (ILGs). First, it compares the contents of the two Italian governmental…
This study aims to draw on the New Zealand context to provide extensions and comparative insights to prior research that has canvassed the reasons for sustainability…
Improving Australian greenhouse gas reporting and financial analysis of carbon risk associated with investmentsTim Nelson, Elizabeth Wood, James Hunt, Cathlin Thurbon
Climate change policies such as carbon taxes and emissions trading schemes are being developed and implemented in ways which fundamentally transform the profitability of…
The development of leaders able to respond to climate change and sustainability challenges: The role of business schoolsCarol A. Adams, Marielle G. Heijltjes, Gavin Jack, Tim Marjoribanks, Michael Powell
This paper seeks to discuss the role of business academics and business schools in the development of leaders able to respond to climate change and sustainability challenges.
Online date, start – end:2010
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Prof Carol Adams