Budapest, 2011


The 14th EMAN Conference on
Accounting for Climate Change – What and How to Measure

Special issue on Climate Accounting and Management of the Journal of Cleaner Production (download)


Budapest, Hungary, 23 (reception), 24 & 25 January 2011

Host: Institute for Environmental Sciences, Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, Fővám tér 8, H-1093.

The conference will focus on the assessment of business costs and benefits of climate change as well as mitigation options. Papers are welcome in the following topics:

* Costs  of climate change for companies
* Costs and benefits of mitigation options
* Ecological footprint and carbon footprint at organisational level
* Input-output cost analysis
* Measuring carbon neutrality
* Cost benefit analysis for enegy saving innovations
* Accounting for  credits in emission trading schemes
* Accounting for emission leaking in emission trading schemes
* Sectoral analysis on the econommic consequences of climate change (e.g. insurance companies, agriculture, etc.)
* Any new theoretical contribution to the development of the environmental accounting field
* Country studies, case studies, surveys and empirical analyses of innovative approaches
* Any new theoretical contribution to the development of the environmental accounting field
* Country studies, case studies, surveys and empirical analyses of innovative approaches

A call for abstracts has already been annonced. The deadline for abstracts is November 30, 2010. Notification of acceptance will be sent by December 17. Authors of accepted abstracts are required to send their extended abstract for publication in the conference proceedings by January 7.
The authors of best presentations will be encouraged to submit full papers to the next EMAN book or special issue in an acknowledged journal.

The organising committee for EMAN 2010 is wishing you a pleasant stay in Budapest. For additional information please contact:
Szilvia Luda at szilvia.ludauni-corvinus.hu

Download the updated (November 2010) EMAN Conference 2011 announcement. The call for abstracts can be downloaded here.

 

Related conference:

January 21, Sustainable Consumption, Production and Communication, Closing Conference of the project funded by the Norway Grant

Participation is free, but requires registration. Please check the project homepage for details or contact the organisers of the EMAN conference.
http://www.sustainable.consumption.uni-corvinus.hu/