Environmental accounting

May 2002
Chartered Accountants Journal;May2002, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p12
Focuses on New Zealand Climate Change Program outlining the background to the Kyoto Protocol, the implications for New Zealand for ratifying it and domestic policy options.


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