RegulationAccounting StandardsAudio: Is it time to set carbon emissions standards?

Audio: Is it time to set carbon emissions standards?

Should the IASB prioritise a project on global rules for accounting for pollution?

Gavin Hinks talks to PricewaterhouseCoopers sustainable development partner
Alan McGill and David Lyon, principal at Arthur D. Little’s sustainability and
risk practice, about the lack of a standardised method for carbon accounting and
what should be done about it.

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