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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title Environmental Management Accounting for Cleaner Production [electronic resource] /
Type EBOOK
Author Schaltegger, Stefan.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Bennett, Martin.
Burritt, Roger L.
Jasch, Christine.
Publisher Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer,
Year Published 2008
Call Number HF5667-5668.252
ISBN 9781402089138
Subjects Economics. ; Environmental management. ; Sustainable development. ; Auditing. ; Management information systems.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-8913-8
Collation XVIII, 500 p. online resource.
Notes
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
and Structure -- Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) as a Support for Cleaner Production -- EMA in Cleaner Production-Theories and Models -- Applying Best Available Techniques in Environmental Management Accounting: From the Definition to an Assessment Method -- Estimating Environmental Impact in the Early Stages of the Product Innovation Process -- Unravelling the Impacts of Supply Chains-A New Triple-Bottom-Line Accounting Approach and Software Tool -- Life-Cycle Based Sustainability Assessment of Products -- Environmental Statements on the Internet-From a Mere EMAS Requirement to an On-line Environmental Communication Tool -- Phenomenological Model of Cleaner Production -- EMA Support for Cleaner Production-Case Studies -- Using EMA to Benchmark Environmental Costs-Theory and Experience from Four Countries Through the UNIDO TEST Project -- Sustainable Development in the South African Mining Industry: The Role of Cleaner Production and EMA -- Environmental Management Accounting in the Metal Finishing Industry -- Chemical Management Services: Safeguarding Environmental Outcomes -- Recent Conceptual Developments in EMA and New Areas -- The Development of Environmental Management Accounting: An Institutional View -- Does Corporate Environmental Accounting Make Business Sense? -- An Environmental Accounting Model for a Natural Reserve -- Measurement and Recognition of Wildlife in the Financial Statements of Public Sector Entities: A South African Perspective -- Environmental Management Accounting and Environmental Accountability Within Universities: Current Practice and Future Potential -- The IFAC International Guidance Document on Environmental Management Accounting -- International EMA Developments and Surveys -- Environmental Performance Indicators-Key Features of Some Recent Proposals -- The Need for Standardised Disclosure on Climate-Risk in Financial Reports: Implications of the JICPA Reports -- Environmental Management Accounting Practices in Japanese Manufacturing Sites -- Case Studies in EMA -- Waste Reduction Program Based on IFAC'S EMA Guideline in Danisco A/S -- Implementing Material Flow Cost Accounting in a Pharmaceutical Company -- Operational Use of the Environmental Accounting and Information Software TEAMS at Hydro Aluminium Sunndal, Norway -- Failure of an Environmental Strategy: Lessons from an Explosion at Petrochina and Subsequent Water Pollution -- Success Factors in Implementation -- Evaluating Management Accounting from a User Perspective: A Study of the Environmental Accounting System of the Environment Agency in England and Wales -- An Empirical Examination of the Role of Environmental Accounting Information in Environmental Investment Decision-Making -- Success Factors in Developing EMA-Experiences from Four Follow-Up Case Studies in Finland. Sustainability requires companies to develop in an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable manner. Corporate sustainable development in turn requires movement towards cleaner production. In order to recognize the potential from cleaner production - reduced costs and fewer environmental impacts through the reduced use of materials - environmental management accounting (EMA) is a necessary information management tool. Environmental Management Accounting for Cleaner Production reveals a set of tools for companies to collect, evaluate and interpret the information they need to estimate their potential to use cleaner production to realize cost savings and to make the best decisions about the available cleaner production options. EMA is therefore the key for driving environmental progress, cost savings, increased competitiveness and corporate sustainability through the means of cleaner production. This is the fifth in a series of books publishing the best independently peer-reviewed, high quality scientific contributions on EMA from the Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network (EMAN).