ETS reports: coming to a desk near you?

Murphy, Leah
October 2008
Chartered Accountants Journal;Oct2008, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p28
The article focuses on the impact of an emissions trading scheme (ETS) on the various businesses in New Zealand. Accordingly, ETS will provide businesses with a flexible way of reducing their carbon footprint at minimum cost. It will also provide incentives for consumers to be more energy and fuel-efficient and choose sustainable products. ETS will allow the nation to play a full part in a global solution to climate change.


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