Anarchy and Accountability? A staggering reflection of a heartbreaking conference: Insights from the 5th Anarchist Network Studies Conference

The process of getting into and going to a conference has been widely written about with sarcasm, cynicism and humour by amazing writers like David Lodge so I can’t say I wasn’t warned. Like a terrible first date that sticks with you long after its over, I needed the weekend to mull it over, thinking about […]

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30th CSEAR International Congress – Day 1

The morning begins with meeting new colleagues, and having a cheerful and friendly breakfast in the halls.   We head off to the main building for the congress welcome from Ian Thomson. I am warmly invited to sit down at a table and… Presents! Sustainable presents! It is really exciting to see sustainability in action.… Continue reading 30th CSEAR International Congress – Day 1

Highlights from the 5th CSEAR UK Emerging Scholars Colloquium in Social and Environmental Accounting

27 August 2018 I am very grateful to have the opportunity to attend the ESC of CSEAR (Centre of Social and Environmental Accounting Research) this year and a big thanks goes to the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures and my supervisors Prof. Jill Atkins and Dr. Robert McKay for their support. A big thank you… Continue reading Highlights from the 5th CSEAR UK Emerging Scholars Colloquium in Social and Environmental Accounting

Finance as a response to environmental crises? Conference Day 2

Here I bring you highlights from today’s papers presentations that are useful in extending theoretical observation into the practical application of accounting to enact corporate behavioral change. Our second day starts with a research paper on biodiversity accounting and conservation, elegantly delivered by fellow CSEAR member Delphine Gibassier (Toulouse Business School) where she asks: Can… Continue reading Finance as a response to environmental crises? Conference Day 2

Finance as a response to environmental crises? Conference Day 1

November 29- 1 Dec (You can read more about the conference here) “A multivalent concern for all living things” (from Vera Ehrenstein’s paper titled: Geopolitics of carbon sinks or: the negotiation of REDD+) I am grateful to the organizers for allowing me to participate in this closed workshop as a (very) early researcher. As most… Continue reading Finance as a response to environmental crises? Conference Day 1