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Accounting for Biodiversity

By: Michael Jones(Editor)
320 pages, 11 b/w illustrations, 42 tables
Publisher: Routledge
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About this book

'Biodiversity' at its simplest, refers to the variety of species inhabiting Planet Earth. It is essential to the well-being of the planet. There is now a scientific consensus around the current ongoing crisis in biodiversity arising from both climate change and human activities. Experts believe we are in the middle of a mass extinction of biodiversity with devastating consequences for our planet.

Accounting for Biodiversity explores the need for companies to actively protect, conserve and improve biodiversity within their sphere of operation. The 14 chapters written by a selected team of experts investigate the ways in which companies are embracing their responsibility through a variety of biodiversity initiatives and innovative models designed to improve the recording, reporting and valuing of biodiversity. Global case studies look at biodiversity accounting in Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe and South America. Overall, Accounting for Biodiversity provides a comprehensive set of reflections on accounting for biodiversity and recommendations for the future.
 

Contents

Part 1 Introduction
1. Accounting for Biodiversity: Rationale and Overview Michael Jones

Part 2 Theoretical Framework
2. Creating a Theoretical Framework for Biodiversity Accounting Michael Jones
3. Ecosystem and Natural Inventory Biodiversity Frameworks Michael Jones
4. Accounting for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services from an EMA Perspective: Towards a Standardised Biodiversity Footprint Methodology Joel Houdet and Charles Germaneau
5. Full Cost Accounting: Integrating Biodiversity Jared Davies
6. Biodiversity and Regional Authorities: A Common-pool Resources and Accounting Perspective Jean Raar
7. Accounting for Biodiversity: A Deep Ecological Perspective Jack Christian

Part 3 Practical Implications
8. Biodiversity, International Conventions, Government Strategy and Indications: The Case of the UK Ian Thomson
9. Biodiversity Accountability in Brazil: the Role of LIFE(R) Certification Regiane Borsato, Jose Thomaz Mendes Filho, Miguel Serediuk Milano, Anke Manuela Salzmann, Bianca Brasil, Maria Alice Alexandre, Maria de Lourdes Silva Nunes, Clovis Borges and Marcelo Posonski
10. Forest Certification and Biodiversity Accounting in the Congo Basin Countries Charles Elad

Part 4 Alternative Perspectives
11. Corporate Biodiversity Reporting: Exploring its Anthropocentric Nature Jill Atkins, Carmen Grabsch and Michael Jones
12. Who Speaks for the River? Exploring Biodiversity Accounting using an Arena Approach Colin Dey and Shona Russell
13. Accounting for Biodiversity in 19th Century Britain: William Morris and the Defence of the Fairness of the Earth Jill Atkins and Ian Thomson
14. Conclusions Michael Jones

Customer Reviews

Biography

Michael Jones is Professor of Financial Reporting and Head of Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Bristol, UK

By: Michael Jones(Editor)
320 pages, 11 b/w illustrations, 42 tables
Publisher: Routledge
Media reviews

"The book is a very welcome and long-overdue manifestation of Mike Jones' long-standing fascination with – and championing of – the crucial relationships between bio-diversity and accounting. It brings together for the first time a diverse array of experiments, speculations and experiences and provides a much needed- state-of-the-art in accounting and biodiversity. The book will be seminal."
– R. H. Gray, University of St Andrews, UK

"Addressing the emerging issues in accounting for biodiversity, this text offers a comprehensive coverage of issues in biodiversity accounting approaches, models and indicators examined from both theoretical and practice application perspectives. Authored by leading scholars in the field and spanning developed and developing countries, this is an essential foundation text."
– Lee D. Parker, Joint Editor of Accounting, Accountability and Auditing Journal RMIT University, Australia

 

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