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The Accounting Advisory Forum (AAF) in the European Union published a document in December 1995 entitled Environmental Issues in Financial Reporting. The recommendation of the AAF is that environmental issues related to financial reporting should only be disclosed in the accounts and annual report to the extent that they are material to the financial performance of that organisation. A significant step was taken in late 1998 when the European Commission initiated a study to examine the environmental reporting practices of over 100 companies.

On the other hand, CERs from three companies had reached stage 4 – BSO/Origin Netherlands, Dow Canada and Kunert Germany. It was quite an achievement, as this places these companies on a similar footing to the top-grade CERs produced some four or five years later. As far as the chemicals industry was concerned, the following are examples of some chemical companies that were present in the 100 CER list, and the date at which their report appeared. • • • • BASF, Germany (1989); Dow, Canada (1989); GE Plastics, Europe (1989); Norsk Hydro, Norway (1990).

5. Other factors having an influence are described below. Asia In this region, the CER report activity is dominated by Japan, where the 1997 UNEP survey found over 30 CERs, compared with three a few years earlier, but less than half of them were available in English. Examples of CER producers are Tokyo Electric Power and Sony. The relatively high number of Japanese CERs is undoubtedly linked to the priority attached to introducing environmental management systems to consolidate their position in overseas markets.

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