Motive of Enviornmental Accounting in Indian Corporate Sector

  • Avinash Awadh Research Scholor V.S.S.D. P.G. College, Kanpur
Keywords: Social commitment, defilement, earth sensible, environmental accounting

Abstract

Starting late the common issues as become an overall issue.  In various bits of the world, the degree of the pollution of condition has quite recently come to at an exasperating measurement. Obligation towards condition has ended up being a champion among the most basic locales of social commitment. Late years have seen rising stress for normal degradation, which make defilements of various types, viz air, water, sound, soil deterioration, deforestation, etc it is ruins human heath, diminishes monetary gainfulness. Corporate endeavors are going up against the challenges to choose the certifiable advantages which are earth sensible once. For this associations need to speak to nature. So another domain of accounting under the heading biological accounting has risen.

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2019-06-27
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