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Green II : why corporate leaders need to embrace sustainability to ensure future profitability.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
Bruma Lake [South Africa] : SAICA ; Claremont [South Africa] : Juta, 2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • xxv, 372 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. [355]-359) and index.
Contents:
  • Introduction / Peter Willis
  • The business case for sustainability: opportunities and limits / Jonathon Hanks
  • Sustainability issues / James Bryce
  • The impact of sustainability issues on business / Jayne Mammatt
  • Responsible leadership and the changing social contract / Willem Fourie ... [et al.]
  • Perspectives on responsible investment / Corli le Roux
  • Broad-based black economic empowerment / Graham Terry
  • Sustainable development and the responsibility of government / Wessel Pretorius, Louis Heunis
  • Global initiatives to address sustainability / Peter Oldacre
  • How are companies doing? / Jennifer Orr
  • The importance of sustainability issues for small and medium sized businesses / Nicky van Hille
  • Financial reporting / Linda de Beer
  • Sustainability reporting / Graham Terry
  • Integrated reporting / Leigh Roberts
  • Insights into King III and the code for responsible investing in South Africa / Ansie Ramalho
  • The implications of assurance on sustainability reports / Kelly Gilman --Management accounting implications / Dewald Joubert, Jonathan Streng
  • Energy and carbon markets: the global energy dilemma and how carbon markets fit in / Rohitesh Dhawan, Marijke Vermaak
  • Using technology to enhance reporting / Gavin Marais
  • How to embed sustainability practices into an organisation / Nick Rockey
  • The future of sustainability / Nicola Robins.
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ISBN:
9780702194627
070219462X

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