The Green Bottom Line: Environmental Accounting for Management: Current Practice and Future Trends

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To date, both internal and external corporate environmental reporting and management systems have focused on physical input-output measures. However, external stakeholders are increasingly demanding that organisations provide more financial information about the costs and benefits of their environmental actions. As environmental costs rise, internal decision-makers are also seeking such information to ensure that money is well spent. Beyond basic compliance, many companies will not countenance environmental actions for ...

The Green Bottom Line: Environmental Accounting for Management: Current Practice and Future Trends 1998, Greenleaf Publishing, Saltaire

ISBN-13: 9781874719243

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The Green Bottom Line: Environmental Accounting for Management: Current Practice and Future Trends 1998, Greenleaf Publishing, Saltaire

ISBN-13: 9781874719076

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