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The green accountancy report

Accountants are best placed to help business play its part in reducing the pollutants, toxins and greenhouse gases pouring into the environment. Here, we look at the issues surrounding corporate responsibility and its reporting

Accountants are best placed to help business play its part in reducing the
pollutants, toxins and greenhouse gases pouring into the environment.

Indeed, we are best placed to measure the extent of the problem and disclose
it through company reports. But we need the tools to do it.

In this special Green Report we look at what those might be, and the issues
surrounding corporate responsibility.

To read the entire special as a PDF,
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here
.

OUR LATEST FEATURES

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FD

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proof

Environmental reporting: glossing over the
issue

Built environment: break with
convention

Environmental consciousness: green is the
new black

Overview: a princely sum

OUR LATEST COMMENTS

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