Accountants should take the lead in assessing the impact on their companies of the depletion of natural resources, recommends a new report.

The report, from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Ernst & Young, the International Federation of Accountants, and the Natural Capital Coalition, argues that accountants should account for “natural capital” to determine the risks to businesses that depend on increasingly scarce resources such as clean water, timber and minerals.

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