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    • Accounting and sustainable development : reflections and propositions 

      Bebbington, Jan; Russell, Shona; Thomson, Ian (2017-10) - Journal article
      This paper emerges from an invitation to reflect upon the achievements of social and environmental accounting as well as to identify the challenges that lie ahead as the field continues its engagement with the goal of ...
    • European pension funds and sustainable development : trade-offs between finance and responsibility 

      Sievänen, Riikka; Rita, Hannu; Scholtens, Bert (2017-11-06) - Journal article
      Pension funds try to account for sustainable development in their operations. This mainly translates in socially responsible investing. We investigate how this interacts with the financial objectives. We use a survey among ...
    • Genuine savings and sustainability 

      Hanley, Nicholas David; Dupuy, Louis Paul; McLaughlin, Eoin (2015-09) - Journal article
      Genuine Savings has emerged as the leading economic indicator of sustainable economic development at the country level. It derives from the literatures on weak sustainability, wealth accounting and national income accounting. ...
    • One Health contributions towards more effective and equitable approaches to health in low- and middle-income countries 

      Cleaveland, S.; Sharp, J.; Abela-Ridder, B.; Allan, K.J.; Buza, J.; Crump, J.A.; Davis, A.; Del Rio Vilas, V.J.; De Glanville, W.A.; Kazwala, R.R.; Kibona, T.; Lankester, F.J.; Lugelo, A.; Mmbaga, B.T.; Rubach, M.P.; Swai, E.S.; Waldman, L.; Haydon, D.T.; Hampson, K.; Halliday, J.E.B. (2017-07-19) - Journal article
      Emerging zoonoses with pandemic potential are a stated priority for the global health security agenda, but endemic zoonoses also have a major societal impact in low-resource settings. Although many endemic zoonoses can be ...
    • The policy challenge of waste-to-energy : lessons from France 

      McCauley, Darren (2016-08-31) - Journal article
      National policy-making is increasingly re-orienting towards the common goal of achieving effective renewable energy solutions. This paper focuses on the policy challenges of technological advances in energy recovery from ...
    • The possible role of business organisations in sustainable development: approaches, boundaries, future directions 

      O'Dochartaigh, Aideen (University of St Andrews, 2014-12-01) - Thesis
      It is increasingly evident that human development is proceeding in an unsustainable manner, and that large business organisations are significantly complicit in this process. In this context, the purpose of this study is ...
    • Sustainable development in energy policy : a governance assessment of environmental stakeholder inclusion in waste-to-energy 

      McCauley, Darren (2015) - Journal article
      The inclusion of environmental interest groups in policy-making is said to provide greater legitimacy (Bernauer and Gampfer, 2013), accountability (Feldman and Blokov, 2009), new policy preferences (Bunea, 2013) and, ...
    • Testing genuine savings as a forward-looking indicator of future well-being over the (very) long-run 

      Greasley, D.; Hanley, N.; Kunnas, J.; McLaughlin, E.; Oxley, L.; Warde, P. (2014-03) - Journal article
      Genuine Savings (GS) have been much used in recent years as an indicator of a country's sustainability. According to some theorists (e.g. Arrow et al., 2012), under certain conditions a country with a positive level of GS ...
    • Transformation in a changing climate : a research agenda 

      Fazey, Ioan; Moug, Peter; Allen, Simon; Beckmann, Kate; Blackwood, David; Bonaventura, Mike; Burnett, Kathryn; Danson, Mike; Falconer, Ruth; Gagnon, Alexandre S; Hodgson, Anthony; Harkness, Rachel; Holm, Lorens; Irvine, Katherine N.; Low, Ragne; Lyon, Christopher; Moss, Anna; Moran, Clare; Naylor, Larissa; O'Brien, Karen; Russell, Shona; Skerratt, Sarah; Rao-Williams, Jennifer; Wolstenholme, Ruth (2018) - Journal article
      The concept of transformation in relation to climate and other global change is increasingly receiving attention. The concept provides important opportunities to help examine how rapid and fundamental change to address ...