TITLE

KARBON (SERA GAZI) MUHASEBESÄ°

AUTHOR(S)
UYAR, Süleyman; CENGİZ, Emre
PUB. DATE
May 2011
SOURCE
Mali Cozum Dergisi / Financial Analysis;2011, Issue 105, p47
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The study aims to introduce carbon Exchange processes as an emerging tool for preventing global climate change and give information about the changes that the system will occur in the accounting practices. Carbon exchanges processes increase day by day and many enterprises have obligations about this matter, in this system where there is an assumption that carbon emission that is released to atmosphere can be solved with free market dynamics, there are carbon rights and obligations emerging. According to the accounting system, the amount of carbon dioxide that is released to air should be tracked and reported. The arrangements should be made about the subject in the accounting standards, the necessary accounts in the actual system should be arranged and the carbon budget should have take place in the master business budget.
ACCESSION #
67119835

 

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