RAMEA: how to support regional policies towards sustainable development
AbstractA Regional Accounting Matrix including Environmental Accounts (RAMEA) is the Regional version of a 'National Accounting Matrix including Environmental Accounts' (NAMEA), an environmental accounting system that combines economic and environmental accounts into a single framework, which is useful for the evaluation and comparison of the integrated economic-environmental-social performance of regions. Presenting the first results of compiling and applying a RAMEA in three European regions: Emilia-Romagna (Italy), Noord-Brabant (the Netherlands) and Małopolska (Poland), this paper analyses the difficulties in achieving internationally comparable regional models. Copyright © 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and ERP Environment.
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Volume (Year): 18 (2010)
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