Research Paper On Green Accounting
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Aspects of Environmental Accounting
This 30 page paper examines the issue of environmental accounting. The paper looks at the approaches that may be adopted to environmental accounting, such as social accounting and the way this may indicate the underlying corporate governance models or values adopted. The direct and indirect benefits are discussed and many real life examples are used to illustrate the point raised. The paper considers the case of the UK, but the lessons are universally applicable. The bibliography cites 28 sources.
A 4 page paper discussing 3 "green," LEED-certified buildings and proposing research into the practicalities of building green. Businesses are pressured on all sides to operate more efficiently, and research that illuminates the true costs and cost savings of "green" buildings can be valuable to all businesses. In this vein the proposed research will focus on (1) actual costs of either new construction or retrofitting of existing buildings; (2) changes in operational costs resulting from the green focus; and (3) the potential value that organizations can find in social responsibility as a result of their efforts. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Alexander of Macedon by Peter Green
A 5 page analysis of Peter Green's book Alexander of Macedon, 356-323 B.C.: A Historical Biography. This biography differs greatly from romanticized accounts of Alexander the Great's life and shows that although he was a brilliant general, he was also a flawed ruler who had an insatiable thirst for power and conquest. No additional sources cited.
Green Supply Chain Management
This 16 page paper examines the concept of the green supply chain; managing the supply chain in a sustainable or environmentally friendly manner. The paper starts by examining what a green supply chain is and how it may be defined and put into practice and the considers additional issues such as the potential benefits, costs, the key factors for implementation and then considers examples of firms that hover elements of a green supply chain in the UAE. The bibliography cites 18 sources.