Exhibit 2: ISO 14000 and Environmental Resources


 Exhibit 2: ISO 14000 and Environmental Resources
  • Subscription-based service maintained by the nonprofit Global Environment and Technology Foundation: .
  • International Auditor and Training Certification Association (IATCA):
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  • Stee, R., and G. Rabae, "ISO 14000: The Groundwork for Environmental Management." (Perry Johnson, Inc., Southfield, Michigan, 1995).
  • Stenzel, P. L., "Can the ISO 14000 Series Environmental Management Standards Provide a Viable Alternative to Government Regulation?" American Business Law Journal (Winter 2000, Vol. 37, i2): pp. 237 to 259.
  • Murray, P.C., "Inching Toward Environmental Regulatory Reform...ISO 14000: Much Ado About Nothing Over Reinvention Tool?" American Business Law Journal (Fall 1999, Vol. 37, i1): pp. 35 to47.
  • Rezaee, Z., and J. Szendi, "An Examination of the Relevance of ISO 14000 Environmental Standards: A Survey of U.S. Corporations." Advances in Environmental Accounting and Management (Vol. 1, 2000): pp. 59 to 77.
  • COSO (1992). "Internal Control-Integrated Framework" Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission.
  • Auditing Standards Board (1996). "Environmental Issues Task Force: Auditing Environmental Remediation Liabilities."
  • AICPA (1995). Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) no. 3, Compliance Attestation.
  • AICPA (1996). Statement of Position 96-X: Environmental Remediation Liabilities.


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