The Triple Bottom Line: Does It All Add UpEditat de Adrian Henriques, Julie Richardson
en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – February 2004
List of Figures, Tables and boxes * List of Contributors * List of Acronyms and Abbreviations * Introduction: Triple Bottom Line - Does it All Add Up? * Enter the Triple Bottom Line * Triple Bottom Line: A Review of the Literature * CSR, Sustainability and the Triple Bottom Line * Accounting for Sustainability: Measuring Quantities or Enhancing Qualities? * Tracking Global Governance and Sustainability: Is the System Working? * Locating the Government's Bottom Line * Towards Reporting on the Triple Bottom Line: Mirages, Methods and Myths * Good Intentions - Bad Outcomes? The Broken Promise of CSR Reporting * What a Fine Mess! Moving Beyond Simple Puzzle-solving for Sustainable Development * Environmental Cost Accounting: Coming of Age? Tracking Organizational Performance Towards Environmental Sustainability * Sustainability Assessment Model: Modelling Economic, Resource, Environmental and Social Flows of a Project * Social Capital at Work: A Manager's Guide * What if Business as Usual Won't Work? * Put Up or Shut Up * Addressing the Economic Bottom Line * References * Index
'Airing of views from both sides of the debate, along with a mix of theory and practice, makes the book a good introduction to the area of TBL... there are some really deep and significant issues touched upon'SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING JOURNAL
Adrian Henriques is Director of JustAssurance and Professor of Accountability and CSR at Middlesex University. Julie Richardson is a writer and consultant in the area of international environmental policy and CSR.