The environmental reporting practices of a group of “good” disclosers are reviewed by focusing on their most recent annual report. Analysis is divided according to references to the environment and the form of reporting, and some interesting examples are revealed, but little consistency in reporting methods is found. A similar finding is seen in respect of a highly regulated sector, the water industry. In conclusion it is suggested that compliance with external standards should be considered as a means of encouraging the development of environmental reporting.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 1, 1991
Keywords: Green issues; Disclosure; Company reports; Environment; Pollution; Accounting
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