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Article

Rahmawati, Putu Indah, Jiang, Min and DeLacy, Terry (2019) Framework for stakeholder collaboration in harnessing corporate social responsibility implementation in tourist destination to build community adaptive capacity to climate change. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. ISSN 1535-3958

Rahmawati, Putu Indah, Jiang, Min, Law, Alexandra, Wiranatha, AS and DeLacy, Terry (2019) Spirituality and corporate social responsibility: an empirical narrative from the Balinese tourism industry. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 27 (1). pp. 156-172. ISSN 0966-9582

Book Section

Rahmawati, Putu Indah, DeLacy, Terry and Jiang, Min (2016) Harmonising CSR and climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies to build community adaptive capacity in Bali's tourism sector. In: Natural Resources Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. Information Resources Management Association, , ed. IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, pp. 1020-1040.

Rahmawati, Putu Indah, DeLacy, Terry and Jiang, Min (2016) Harmonising CSR and climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies to build community adaptive capacity in Bali's tourism sector. In: Corporate Social Responsibility in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. Guliani, LK and Rizwan, SA, eds. Advances in hospitality, tourism, and the services industry (AHTSI) book series . Business Science Reference, Hershey, Pennsylvania, pp. 247-267.

Conference or Workshop Item

Rahmawati, Putu Indah, DeLacy, Terry and Jiang, Min (2015) A conceptual framework to link corporate social responsibility and climate change strategies in tourism to build community adaptive capacity. In: CAUTHE 2015, 02 February 2015-05 February 2015, Gold Coast, QLD.

Thesis

Rahmawati, Putu Indah (2017) Linking Corporate Social Responsibility, Tourism and Climate Change to Build Tourism Community Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change in Bali. PhD thesis, Victoria University.