SAMPJ virtual exceptional issues

The goal of Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal (SAMPJ) virtual special issues is to collate publications around a single topic or theme, providing a novel entry point for anyone interested in the rich work published within this journal.

Each virtual special issue presents a range of previously published papers in order to highlight key as well as emerging research within a specific topic, and to help navigate publications on a particular issue.

Each virtual special issue will provide a brief overview of the overarching theme before showcasing the individual publications within the collection. Each issue will be free to access for one month following publication.

More virtual special issues will be published and publicised here and over SAMPJ’s social media channels in regular intervals.

Virtual issues

In each issue, we will showcase past SAMPJ papers, and these will be complimentary access and made available by Emerald for one month. They will be located on the Emerald SAMPJ website's particular section, and we will publicise them via our various social media outlets.

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Accounting for biodiversity, ecosystems and natural capital


Given the current interest in accounting for nature, we are pleased to share this virtual special issue on accounting for biodiversity, ecosystems and natural capital. It has been edited by Dr Madlen Sobkowiak of the University of Birmingham.

https://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/journal/sampj/virtual-special-issue-acco…

Climate financing and the role of accounting in reducing carbon emissions


In light of COP26, we are pleased to share this virtual special issue on climate financing and carbon accounting. It has been edited by Dr Madlen Sobkowiak of the University of Birmingham. 

https://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/journal/sampj/climate-financing-and-role…

Universities and sustainable development


Universities have a significant role to play in the transition to sustainable development, through research, education and the example they set through their operations. This virtual special issue of the Sustainability Accounting Management and Policy Journal considers the contribution made by universities to sustainable development and what more can be done.

https://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/journal/sampj/virtual-special-issue-univ…