Review of environmentalism and ngo accountability

Kemi C. Yekini, Liafisu Sina Yekini, Paschal Ohalehi

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The nexus between Environmentalism and NGO Accountability can be established through different and diverse contexts. This edition of the journal examined these different contexts in the 6 different articles published in the edition. Taken together, the articles examined issues such as the work NGOs do and how they account for such in Africa, the Asian region and the global economies. The authors did this using differing theoretical perspectives and concepts. These range from use of the stakeholder salience theory, downward accountability perspective, sustainability, holistic integrated framework and critical study analysis within the context of the developing, continental and global economies. Others include the impact of NGOs on vulnerable communities and the need for environmental footprint accountability and disclosure. The edition is a compendium of information on these various themes which promises to be very useful in understanding these issues.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-8
Number of pages8
JournalAdvances in Environmental Accounting and Management
Publication statusPublished - 27 Nov 2020


  • Disclosure
  • Downward accountability
  • Environmentalism
  • Global economies
  • Integrated framework
  • NGO accountability
  • Sustainability
  • Vulnerable communities


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