Environmental publications (ACCA)
Founded in 1904, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has been actively involved in the unfolding debate on corporate social responsibility since 1990. They aim to promote transparency and best practice, and to help businesses and organisations realise the growing importance of sustainability to them.
ACCA produces a series of publications on corporate social responsibility each year, aimed at informing students, professionals, businesses and organisations on what is a rapidly developing sector.
These reports are made available here through a joint project between ACCA, CSEAR, and the University of St Andrews Library.
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(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2012-10) - ReportWhile China’s rapid growth has provided great opportunity and prosperity to many, it has not come without costs. Environmental damage and social tensions are common throughout the country – problems that the Chinese ...
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2010-06-08) - ReportPart of a series of research projects which analyses disclosures on areas of non-financial performance by Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) companies. This report examines the reporting quality of 32 companies from the ...
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2009-03-01) - Working or discussion paperACCA held the first in a series of ‘Friday Forums’ on Friday 13 March 2009 on water footprinting. The key points raised at the event are summarised in this discussion paper.
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2011-06) - ReportACCA’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 ...
(Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, 2012-10) - ReportThis report summarises the ACCA roundtable held in Singapore on 17 April 2012, one of a series of events addressing sustainability issues relevant to the business community in Asia.