Environmental Disclosure as Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from the Biggest Nickel Mining in Indonesia

Imaduddin Murdifin, Muhammad Faisal AR Pelu, Aditya Aditya Halim Perdana Kusuma Putra, A. Muara Arumbarkah, Muslim Muslim, Aulia Rahmah

Abstract


The company's business operations in Indonesia are very dependent on the company's intention on the environment, especially mining companies. Mining companies are responsible not only for economic materiality aspects but also for environmental and social aspects for the sustainability of operations. In its interactions with the business and social environment, vulnerable mining companies are in the spotlight if they do not carry out disclosure of environmental responsibility proportionally in accordance with generally accepted standards. The purpose of this study is to qualitatively analyze the descriptive disclosure of Environmental Disclosure as a form of corporate social responsibility of PT. Vale as the largest Nickel mining company in Indonesia which also contributes number 2 nickel in the world. The results of this study state that environmental disclosure analysis of PT. Vale has not been fully optimized for all aspects of the surrounding community

Keywords: Environmental Disclosure, Environmental Economics, Corporate Social Responsibility

JEL Classifications: Q53, Q57

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32479/ijeep.7048


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