International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part A (2017)
Environmental accounting with the special reference to the significance of green issues and measures in developing countries
Dr. Sudhir Yadav and Dr. Sushama Yadav
A base understanding of environmental accounting is very useful in tracing the role of business strategy and environmental accounting. At the outset, environmental accounting has proceeded through a period of uncertain status. In the today’s fascinating world there is a wide-ranging field of accounting and it provides the reports for both internal uses as well as generating environmental information. Internal use is the better termed environmental management accounting and it causes a significant impact of business activities such as assortment of pollutants, including toxic, hazardous and ‘warming’. From this sort of environmental impacts, multiple disciplines are needed for the analysis of the effects, and for the integration into the management decisions and in the accounting reporting.
The green accounting still faces a number of problems, such as, the lack of support of information, specialized personnel as well as the absence of proportional international accounting models. In this present article on the basis of secondary data sources the author has mainly focuses on the two major aspects such as the significance and the various measures of green issues in developing countries.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sudhir Yadav, Dr. Sushama Yadav. Environmental accounting with the special reference to the significance of green issues and measures in developing countries. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(3):10-15.