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TITLE OF THE PAPER: Environmental Accounting: Concept, Application and Requirement for Future with Special Reference to India

NAME OF AUTHORS: Prof. Trilok Nath Shukla Prof. Pragyan Parimita Sarangi

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION
OF AUTHORS: 1.Prof. Trilok Nath Shukla Sr. Lecturer Bhavan’s Centre for Communication & Management Bhubneswar

2.Prof. Pragyan Parimita Sarangi Sr. Lecturer Bhavan’s Centre for Communication & Management Bhubaneswar

ADDRESS OF CORRESPONDENCE: 1. Prof. Trilok Nath Shukla
Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan Bhavan’s Centre for Communication & Management Plot No. 9, Kharvela Nagar Bhubneswar-751001 Mobile No:9437034059/9337327034 E-Mail:shuklatrilok@yahoo.com shuklatrilok@gmail.com 2. Prof Pragyan Parimita Sarangi Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan Bhavan’s Centre for Communication & Management Plot No. 9, Kharvela Nagar Bhubneswar-751001 Mobile No: 9437282167 E-Mail: pragyansarangister@gmail.com ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING:

CONCEPT, APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENT FOR FUTURE
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA

Prof. Trilok Nath Shukla Prof. Pragyan Parimita Sarangi ABSTRACT
Governments around the world develop economic data systems known as national income accounts to calculate macroeconomic indicators such as Gross Domestic Product. Building a nation’s economic use of the environment into such accounts is a response to several perceived flaws in the System of National Accounts (SNA), as defined by the United Nations and used internationally. One flaw in the SNA often cited is that the cost of environmental protection cannot be identified. Consequently, money spent, say, to put pollution control devices on smokestacks increases GDP, even though the expenditure is not economically productive, some argue. These critics call for differentiating “defensive” expenditures from others within the accounts. Also...
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