Indicators, green accounting and environment statistics: Information requirements for sustainable development

@inproceedings{Radermacher1999IndicatorsGA,
  title={Indicators, green accounting and environment statistics: Information requirements for sustainable development},
  author={W. Radermacher},
  year={1999}
}
Summary Since the “Earth Summit” in Rio de Janeiro 1992 the term “sustainable development” determines the third and current phase of environmental policy. A precise and commonly accepted definition of sustainable development (s.d.) is still missing. There are, nevertheless, some elements in the philosophy of sustainable development which–even if they are still vague–could be used as guidelines for a framework of “green” accounting and sustainability indicators. Based on theoretical… CONTINUE READING

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