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  • Publikation
    12 tools to face sustainability reporting
    (Center for Corporate Reporting, 04.10.2017) Daub, Claus-Heinrich; Brand, Fridolin S.; Brunner, Elgin; Winistörfer, Herbert [in: The Reporting Times]
    01B - Beitrag in Magazin oder Zeitung
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    Umweltziele von Unternehmen in der Schweiz. Schlussbericht im Autrag des Bundesamtes für Umwelt (BAFU)
    (Bundesamt für Umwelt (BAFU), 01/2017) Daub, Claus-Heinrich; Winistörfer, Herbert; Weber, Marie-Christin
    02 - Monographie
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    Veganismus und Klimawandel
    (01/2017) Daub, Claus-Heinrich; Krepper, Judith; Krepper, Judith; Krepper, Judith; Krepper, Judith [in: Corporate Blog menu and more]
    10 - Elektronische-/ Webpublikation
  • Publikation
    Environmental Targets of Companies in Switzerland: Final Report Summary
    (Bundesamt für Umwelt (BAFU), 01/2017) Daub, Claus-Heinrich; Winistörfer, Herbert; Weber, Marie-Christin
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
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    Les objectifs environnementaux des entreprises en Suisse
    (Office fédéral de l`evironnement OFEV, 01/2017) Daub, Claus-Heinrich; Winistörfer, Herbert; Weber, Marie-Christin
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
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    Developing Guidance for Companies to Master Current Challenges in Sustainability Reporting: Two Case Studies from Banking and Tourism in Switzerland
    (09.09.2015) Daub, Claus-Heinrich; Brand, Fridolin S.; Berger, Verena; Hetze, Katharina; Winistörfer, Herbert
    Sustainability reporting is an increasingly applied instrument for companies to systematically communicate about relevant impacts of their business operations on nature, society, and economy. Recently, both the new guideline of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI G4) and the Integrated Reporting (IR)-framework of the International Integrated Reporting Council have been published. As a consequence, companies worldwide face a changing reporting landscape and need to address, amongst other things, the following challenges: (i) the choice of most suitable guideline, (ii) the incorporation of the changes of GRI G4 and of the new requirements of IR in their reporting, (iii) a decision on the degree of integration (of sustainability topics in the financial report), and (iv) on how to customize the report in accordance with the different needs of specific target audiences. There is currently no approach that assists companies in mastering these issues.
    06 - Präsentation
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    What is the role of sustainability in NPOs?
    (CEPS, 06/2015) Daub, Claus-Heinrich [in: Philanthropie Aktuell]
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    Agieren NPO nachhaltig?
    (Social Publish Verlag, 2015) Daub, Claus-Heinrich [in: enorm. Wirtschaft. Gemeinsam. Denken]
    10 - Elektronische-/ Webpublikation
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    Exploring Reasons for the Resistance to Sustainable Management within Non-Profit Organizations
    (MDPI, 26.05.2014) Daub, Claus-Heinrich; Scherrer, Yvonne Myrtha; Verkuil, Arie Hans [in: Sustainability]
    The numerous empirical and conceptual studies that have been conducted over recent years concerning the social responsibility of enterprises and their contributions towards sustainable development have given very little consideration to non-profit organizations (NPOs). This is surprising, because NPOs are confronted with very similar challenges to profit-orientated enterprises regarding their evolution into sustainable organizations. This paper is a preliminary conceptual study and explores the question of why the corporate social responsibility, or corporate sustainability, of NPOs has to date been both neglected by research establishments and also extensively ignored by the NPOs during their day-to-day practical management. The example of church and pastoral institutions in Germany is used to demonstrate the extent to which they take account of ecological and social aspects in their management systems and processes and, thus, implement sustainable management within their day-to-day practice. The paper concludes with some proposals for further empirical and conceptual research projects, which are designed to analyze developments within NPOs with relation to the integration of sustainability into their management systems and processes.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    Strategies for Sustainability: Institutional and Organisational Challenges
    (MDPI, 2014) Burger, Paul; Frecè, Jan; Scherrer, Yvonne Myrtha; Daub, Claus-Heinrich [in: Sustainability]
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift