Session 37
Tuesday, 9 November 2004
1:30 PM-3:00 PM
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 309-310
EMAN-AP Workshop: Part I
The Environmental Management Accounting Network - Asia Pacific (EMAN-AP) is a globally recognized organization established on the 27th September 2001 by professionals and academics who are working towards the development and promotion of environmental management accounting in the Asia-Pacific region. It is closely linked with the EMAN network in Europe, and offers the latest information about environmental management accounting. The Network has 14 initial member countries and districts: Japan, Korea, Philippines, China, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, India, Australia and New Zealand. Other countries and districts in Asia Pacific region are welcome to join the network. The mission of EMAN-AP is to contribute to the goals of sustainable development by building a network of individuals and organizations in the region who are committed and competent to help business, governments, and other organizations to make informed decision-making through environmental management accounting tools. It also endeavors to develop and spread knowledge, skills and policies about EMA in the region. For further details or membership see: The papers presented in this special EMAN-AP workshop at the Greening of Industry 12th International Conference have a focus on the transition from environmental management accounting to sustainability management accounting as a decision support tool for decision makers.
Chairs:Roger Leonard Burritt, The Australian National University
Raymond Leung, ASEP - Asian Society for Environmental Protection
1:30 PM Environmental Management Accounting and Material Flow Cost Accounting in Japan
Katsuhiko Kokubu1 and Michiyasu Nakajima2, (1)Kobe University, Japan; (2)Kansai University, Japan
1:45 PM Environmental Management Accounting and Eco-efficiency: Cases from Japanese Business
Roger Leonard Burritt and Chika Saka, The Australian National University, Australia
2:00 PM Cases concerning Yuhan-Kimberly's environmental accounting
jae-yeon Jeong1 and jong-dae Kim2, (1)kangwon national university, South Korea; (2)chungbuk national university, South Korea
2:15 PM Status and Progress of EMA Development in Taiwan
Raymond Leung, ASEP - Asian Society for Environmental Protection, Thailand
2:30 PM Measuring the environmental costs and benefits - The case of the Korea Water Resoruces Corporation-
jong-dae Kim, chungbuk national university, South Korea

Technical Program

The 12th International Conference of the Greening of Industry Network - Partnerships for Sustainable Development November 7-10, 2004