Is Corporate Asia Ready for the Green Economy?

The Chinese government has set ambitious targets for the reduction of the carbon and water intensity of its economic activities, while the South Korean government has spent US$37 billion on environmental and low-carbon projects since 2008, representing 81% of its post-financial-crisis economic stimulus package.
 
Asia is at the forefront of many of the global sustainability initiatives that are affecting the world today.
 
This ACCA report explores the impact on corporate Asia of growing arguments for green economic governance, and sheds lights on how finance professionals should respond to these challenges. 
 
Inside:
  • The role of policymakers in the shift to a green economy

 

  • The role of investors in the shift to a green economy

 

  • The role of corporates in the shift to a green economy

 

  • The role of accountants in the shift to a green economy 

 

 

 

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