Regulation, Reporting and Performance
A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 53)
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GMI 53 builds on the analysis of the extractive industry from GMI 52 and considers how corporate performance in the area of social responsibility can be monitored and assessed, and what role is played by government regulation in a context which stresses the obligation of corporations to take responsibility for minimising their environmental impacts.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents IntroductionCiaran O’Faircheallaigh, Griffith University, Australia, and Saleem H. Ali, University of Vermont, USAEnvironmental Corporate Social Responsibility of Firms in the Mining and Oil and Gas Industries: Current Status Quo of Reporting Following GRI GuidelinesEdeltraud Guenther, Holger Hoppe and Claudia Poser, Technische Universität Dresden, GermanyVoluntary Initiatives in the Mining Industry: Do They Work?Petrina Schiavi, The University of Queensland, Australia, and Fiona Solomon, CSIRO Minerals, AustraliaChampioning the Rhetoric? ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ in Ghana’s Mining SectorGavin Hilson, University of Reading, UKSecuritisation in the Extractive Industries: Stakeholder Sensitivities, Environmental Protection and the Cost of CapitalSimon Norton, Cardiff Business School, UKThe Good Neighbour Agreement: A Proactive Approach to Water Management through Community Enforcement of Site-Specific StandardsSarah M. Zuzulock and James R. Kuipers, Kuipers & Associates, USA