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Making a difference at Rio+20
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2012-05-23) - Report
This paper provides some background to Rio+20 and the 'zero draft' of the summit agreement, explains the importance of paragraph 24 - concerning the integration of sustainability information into corporate reports - of the ...
Social responsibility disclosure practices : evidence from Bangladesh
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2010-10-05) - Working or discussion paper
This discussion paper reviews the results of an investigation of the social and environmental disclosure practices of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), two major multinational buying ...
The state of sustainability report assurance in the ASX 100
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2012-11) - Report
Researching publicly available sustainability reports published by the ASX 100 provided data that were used to determine the extent of assurance of public sustainability disclosures, by whom, and to which, if any, assurance ...
The value of biodiversity
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2011-06) - Report
ACCA’s series of Friday Forums addresses sustainability issues relevant to the business community. On 1 April 2011 ACCA focused on the value of biodiversity to the ecosystems which global human communities, businesses and ...
Looking back, looking forward : sustainability and UK food policy 2000-2011
(Sustainable Development Commission, 2011-03) - Report
A report on food, farming, sustainable consumption and production.
Every child’s future matters
(Sustainable Development Commission, 2010-04) - Report
Following the release of its 'Every child matters' programme, the Department for Children, Schools and Families (now the Department for Education) asked the SDC to explore how the environment might affect the success of ...
Fairness in a car-dependent society
(Sustainable Development Commission, 2011-02) - Report
This report finds that vulnerable groups not only travel less than other people, they carry a greater burden of the costs of other people’s travel, including air pollution, noise, traffic danger, injury and crime.
Inquiry into generating jobs in the green economy : submission paper by the Sustainable Development Commission
(Sustainable Development Commission, 2010-01-21) - Report
Response from the Sustainable Development Commission Wales to the inquiry by the National Assembly for Wales Enterprise and Learning Committee on generating jobs in the green economy.
Smarter moves : how information communications technology can promote sustainable mobility
(Sustainable Development Commission, 2010-01) - Report
Transport currently accounts for 29% of the UK’s total carbon dioxide emissions, and unlike other major sectors, its emissions continue to rise. But by making more effective use of information communications technology we ...
Embedding sustainable development across government : Environmental Audit Committee inquiry : memorandum of written evidence from the Sustainable Development Commission
(Sustainable Development Commission, 2010-10) - Report
The SDC's written evidence presented to the Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee as part of their investigation into how well sustainable development is being embedded in Government.