Sustainability reporting: Insights from the websites of five plants operated by Newmont Mining Corporation

  title={Sustainability reporting: Insights from the websites of five plants operated by Newmont Mining Corporation},
  author={Kwame Oduro Amoako and Beverley Rae Lord and Keith Dixon},
  journal={Meditari Accountancy Research},
Purpose - Sustainability reporting serves as a means of communication between corporations and their stakeholders on sustainability issues. This study aims to identify and account for the contents of sustainability reporting communicated through the websites of the plants in five continents of the same multinational mining corporation. Design/methodology/approach - This study uses data published by Newmont Mining Corporation. The corporation has regional headquarters in five continents: Africa… 

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