Sustainable Measures: Evaluation and Reporting Of Environmental and Social Performance
Martin Bennett, Peter James, Leon Klinkers
Greenleaf Publishing, Jun 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 586 pages
This volume collects together some of the key work and individuals from around the world concerned with the topic of sustainable measures. Contributions include: environmental and social reporting; the GRI discussion draft; and the FEE study of environmental reporting.
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ISO 14031 and the Future of Environmental Performance Evaluation
An Environmental Performance Measurement Framework for Business
Standardisation The Next Chapter in Corporate Environmental Performance Evaluation and Reporting
Information Systems for Corporate Environmental Management Accounting and Performance Measurement
Ecobalancing in Austria Its Use in SMEs and for Benchmarking
Towards a Generally Accepted Framework for Environmental Reporting
A Survey of Company Environmental Reporting The 1997 Third International Benchmark Survey
Statutory Environmental Reporting in Denmark Status and Challenges
Reaching Consensus on the Implementation cf Good Practice in Environmental Reporting A Dutch NGOs Perspective
Environmental Reporting in Japan Current Status and Implications of ISO 14001 and a Pollutant Release Inventory
South African Corporate Environmental Reporting Contrasts with the Experience in Developed Countries
The Relationship between Company Environmental Reports and their Environmental Performance A Study of the UK Water Industry
InternetBased Environmental Reporting Key Components
Ecobalance Analysis as a Managerial Tool at Kunert AG
Environmental Performance Evaluation and Reporting in Developing Countries The Case of Indonesias Programme for Pollution Control Evaluation...
Evaluating Corporate Environmental Performance in Developing Countries TERIs EcoRating System
Measuring and Benchmarking Environmental Performance in the Electric Utility Sector The Experience of Niagara Mohawk
A Weighted Environmental indicator at Unox An Advance towards Sustainable Development?
The Evolution of Integrated Environmental Performance Evaluation and Reporting at Baxter International
Evaluating the Wholelife Environmental Performance of Products A Comparison of EcoPoints EcoCompass and EcoCosting Approaches
Reporting Environmental Performance
Sustainable Industrial Development Benchmarking Environmental Policies and Reports
Social And Sustainability Performance Evaluation And Reporting
Sustainability Reporting Guidelines Exposure Draft for Public Comment and PilotTesting
Signs of Sustainability Measuring Corporate Environmental and Social Performance
Socially Challenged Trends in Social Reporting
Social Reporting Developing Theory and Current Practice
A New Deal for Sustainable Development in Business Taking the Social Dimension Seriously at The Body Shop
achieved activities analysis annual approach areas assessment balanced scorecard Baxter Baxter International Benchmark Survey benchmarking Body Shop CERs Chapter chemical companies company’s compared compliance consumption costs disclosure eco-efficiency eco-points ecobalance economic emissions employees energy enterprises Environment Environmental Accounting environmental and social environmental impacts environmental information environmental management system environmental performance evaluation environmental performance indicators environmental performance measurement environmental policy environmental reporting EP Index EPIs example external facilities focus framework global Global Reporting Initiative Green Accounts Guidelines implementation improvement industry initiatives inputs internal issues life-cycle materials measurement and reporting mental management Novo Nordisk OFWAT operations organisation’s organisations output pollution programme recycling relevant requirements responsibility score sector social audit social performance social reporting standardised standards suppliers survey sustainability reporting SustainAbility/UNEP sustainable development targets tion triple bottom line users waste WBCSD
Page 9 - It is, thus, not astonishing at all that no substantial famine has ever occurred in any independent country with a democratic form of government and a relatively free press.
Page 9 - In all of its policy research and work with institutions, WRI tries to build bridges between ideas and action, meshing the insights of scientific research, economic and institutional analyses, and practical experience with the need for open and participatory decisionmaking.
Page 24 - The users of financial statements include present and potential investors, employees, lenders, suppliers and other trade creditors, customers, governments and their agencies and the public.
Page 7 - I want to challenge you to join me in taking our relationship to a still higher level. I propose that you, the business leaders gathered in Davos, and we, the United Nations, initiate a global compact of shared values and principles, which will give a human face to the global market.
Page 46 - There are also standards relating to child labour, forced labour; health and safety; freedom of association and right to collective bargaining; discrimination; discipline; working hours and management systems.
Page 41 - In a very general way, an indicator can be defined as a parameter or a value derived from parameters which provides information about a phenomenon. The indicator has significance that extends beyond the properties directly associated with the parameter value.
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