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Sustainability Accounting and Accountability [Paperback]

Jan Bebbington , Jeffrey Unerman , Brendan O'Dwyer

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Table of Contents

Part I: Setting the context for sustainability accounting and accountability  1. Introduction  2. Mapping the terrain of sustainability and accounting for sustainability  3. Sustainability accounting and education  Part II: Accounting techniques and sustainable development  4. Histories, rationales and future prospects for sustainability reporting: CSR, GRI, IIRC and Beyond  5. Independent assurance of sustainability reports  6. Stakeholder perspectives and engagement  7. Developing Silent and Shadow Accounts  8. Environmental and social assessment in sustainable finance  9. Organisational change and sustainability accounting  Part III: Accounting for sustainable development in other organizational settings  10. The nature of NGO accountability  11. Sustainability accounting, reporting and management in the public sector  Part IV: Accounting and biophysical concerns  12. Accounting and global climate change issues  13. Accounting for water resource use  Part V: Conceptual interpretations of accounting for sustainable development 14. Philosophical underpinnings of sustainability and organizational accountability  15. Organisational legitimacy as a motive for sustainability reporting  16. Insights into sustainability reporting from institutional theory  17. Drawing to a close and future horizons

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