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Green Acccounting: A Critical Legal Perspective


  • Sneha Master


Sustainability of human beings depends on very large extent on the availability of natural resources for future generation. Conservation and accountable usage of natural assets is the responsibility of present generation. Government intervention in the form of law is considered as an important tool for making effective implementation of this responsibility in today’s era. The key is not only to measure the total value of natural assets but also to measure the distribution of benefits, how much goes to each stakeholder group and the dependence of each group on natural capital especially the poor. Key words: green accounting, commerce, legal perspective

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  • Sneha Master, 2014. "Green Acccounting: A Critical Legal Perspective," Working papers 2014-12-10, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2014-12-10

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