Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal: Volume 5 Issue 4


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Implementing corporate sustainability: What drives the application of sustainability management tools in Germany?

Sarah Elena Windolph, Stefan Schaltegger, Christian Herzig

The purpose of this paper is to conduct an empirical analysis among large German companies to enhance the understanding of whether and which institutional factors…

CleanServs: clean services for a more sustainable world:

Adi Wolfson, Dorith Tavor, Shlomo Mark

The paper aims to describe a novel framework for service design to achieve the overall goal of sustainability and to characterize it while exploring the benefit of doing…

Biodiversity reporting by New Zealand local authorities: the current state of play

Annika Schneider, Grant Samkin, Howard Davey

The purpose of this paper is to establish whether local authorities in New Zealand report biodiversity-related information and to examine the vehicles through which it is…

Public policy processes and the environment: implications for a sustainable future

Christopher L. Atkinson

The purpose of this paper is to explore the roots of environment policy through a review and application of policy literature, portraying a disjointed process worried with…

Organisational benefits and implementation challenges of mandatory integrated reporting: Perspectives of senior executives at South African listed companies

Maxi Steyn

This study aims to summarise the findings of the perceptions of Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and senior executives of South African…

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