Exploring capital and the notion of multiple capitals – call for papers

The term capital is traditionally viewed as an economic metaphor for a manufactured means of production. Engagement in sustainability has expanded the notion of capital to include the social and natural environment in the production of key goods and services. This is leading to the practice of managing and accounting for multiple capitals. For example, […]

Sustainability reporting and performance management in universities: Challenges and benefits

by Carol A Adams,  published in the Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal Abstract This article aims to provide a perspective on sustainability reporting and performance management in the university sector making a case for increased accountability, improved (management of) performance and greater innovation in approach. Carol Adams provides a personal perspective drawing on experience in sustainability […]

The development of leaders able to respond to climate change and sustainability challenges

This paper seeks to discuss the role of business academics and business schools in the development of leaders able to respond to climate change and sustainability challenges. The paper captures contributions made during a panel discussion at the First Academic Symposium on Leadership for Climate Change and Sustainability held at La Trobe University, Melbourne in […]