Category Water accounting

The need for monetary information within corporate water accounting

A new publication by Professor Roger Burritt from the Fenner School of Environment and Society, College of Medicine, Biology & Environment, The Australian National University, and Dr Katherine Christ from the University of South Australia Business School, Adelaide, is available in the Journal of Environmental Management. Citation: Burritt R. and Christ, K. (2017) ‘The Need for […]

Water Management Accounting: A Framework for Corporate Practice

The following article has been accepted for publication: Christ, K. and Burritt, R., (2017) ‘Water Management Accounting: A Framework for Corporate Practice’,  Journal of Cleaner Production, tba [Status: Accepted 23 March] [Refereed] [Quality: A] [Weight: 5] [Mission Code: REP-PUBLICATIONS] Abstract Water initiatives for business and in business have ballooned in the 2010’s because of concerns […]

Australian Bureau of Meteorology to continue its vital water information functions

According to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, The Hon Barnaby Joyce MP, on 19 December 2016 in a Media Release entitled ‘Coalition continues strong commitment to ag and water programmes‘ amongst these government funding will be secured for vital ongoing Bureau of Meteorology water functions, hopefully including corporate water accounting. Anna […]

Supply Chain-oriented Corporate Water Accounting: a Research Agenda

Shortly to appear on Emerald EarlyCite is the following article: Christ, K. and Burritt, R. (2017), ‘Supply Chain-oriented Corporate Water Accounting: a Research Agenda’, Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, 8[2] Abstract Purpose Water is critical to all life on Earth and a crucial business resource which evidence suggests is often mismanaged. Corporate water accounting […]