Environmental reporting in a developing country : a case study on status and implementation in Malaysia

@inproceedings{SumianiEnvironmentalRI,
  title={Environmental reporting in a developing country : a case study on status and implementation in Malaysia},
  author={Y. Sumiani and Y. Haslinda and Gretchen Lehman}
}
With the increase in awareness of environmental issues, the level of environmental disclosure and stakeholder demands for environmental information is increasing. New developments in the ISO 14000 standards also make it more evident that a company’s environmental performance as well as its environmental reporting should be considered as strategic issues in business strategy. Especially for a developing country like Malaysia, many companies are under external pressures to improve their… CONTINUE READING

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