Advances in Environmental Accounting & Management aims to advance knowledge of the governance and management of corporate environmental impacts and the accounting for these, including issues related to measurement, valuation, and disclosure.
It also aims to increase the awareness of management, accounting practitioners, investors and other stakeholders of the financial and social consequences of corporate environmental impacts, encouraging greater environmental accountability and responsibility.
Environmentalism is an increasing concern of NGOs arising from the strategic partnership they provide for their governmental counterparts. Environmental rights are broad in terms of philosophy, ideology and social movement such that cooperation between governmental and non-governmental organizations is fast becoming a necessity. It is increasingly becoming a realism that the natural environment and its continuous health must be protected and improved. The natural environment, which includes living things other than humans, deserves to be considered and should shape the morality of political, economic and social policies.We invite submissions for this Special Issue Call for Papers to provide a critical perspective on environmentalism and NGO accountability. Particularly its implications for environmental policies interlaced with NGO accountability questions. We however, welcome a broad range of topic areas within the broad theme including inter-disciplinary perspectives and broader understanding of Environmentalism that may incorporate other humans (e.g. other living things) which may be argued as needing the morality of political, economic and social policies.
Researchers and practitioners are encouraged to submit papers on any social and environmental issue, based on theoretical and empirical research, conceptual arguments and descriptive models.
Coverage includes, but is not restricted to:
Professor Ven Tauringana