Responsible finance and economics
Accountants Can Save the Planet
This book firmly places the accountant in the position of changemaker. It encapsulates the essential reasons for adopting integrated reporting, explains its application and proposes the next steps of developing the role to Chief Finance Officer to Chief Value Officer.
Mobilizing Workers' Capital for a Sustainable World
This is the first book to align the investment priorities of working people with capital stewards and the financial complex that manages their assets. It is essential for capital stewards seeking the positive outcomes of a responsible investment strategy and investors looking to realign their strategies with the interests of workers and citizens.
A Toolkit for Responsible Transformation
We have to re-envision the allocation of capital in order to support social and technological innovations, to design and build sustainable infrastructure, and to finance the energy transition. Reinvented, finance could become a powerful lever for setting these transformations in motion. This book is a toolkit for putting money to work in the general interest.
Context, Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st-Century Practitioner
A handbook with wide potential usage for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as practitioners, presenting current thinking on sustainability. It explores the ecological models which underpin economic sustainability theory and re-examines the consequences of modern ecological thought on business strategies relating to sustainability.
Future Proofing Business and Finance
Companies that will succeed in the long-term are integrating natural and social capital into their business model now. This book provides a succinct introduction to natural capital, its links to social and other capitals and how to use it to support better decision-making in business.
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Globalization
The book uses an interdisciplinary approach to address the complex question of globalization. The interrelationship between political theory, economics, anthropology, history, moral philosophy, business management and finance are used to explain the vision.
The Short Guide to Sustainable Investing showcases funds and strategies that are delivering outperformance and offers a practical guide to constructing a sustainable portfolio.
This book examines the daily problems of responsible investment practitioners. It emphasizes the importance of asking the right questions as well as getting the right answers; and of process as well as product. It raises questions about the very purpose of investment and the responsibilities of investors, both economic and societal.
Explores the practicalities of implementing responsible investment strategies; the outcomes that have been achieved; the practical issues and barriers faced; and the challenges to be faced if responsible investment is to become a mainstream investment approach. This book is for those involved in the field of environmentally responsible investment.
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The Greening of Finance
Given the intermediary role banks play within economies, their potential contribution toward sustainable development is enormous. This book has been produced in order to present global perspectives and case studies on the financial services sector and how it is responding to this challenge.
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Issues, Concepts and Practice
This work has been written in order to provide an up-to-date textbook in the rapidly developing field of environmental accounting. The book is suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students and their teachers, professional accountants, and corporate and organizational managers.
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