Ecological or Environmental audit is a general term that can reflect different sort of evaluations proposed to distinguish environmental compliance and administration framework implementation gaps, along with related corrective actions. Along these lines they perform an analogous (similar) function to financial audits.
There are generally two different types of environmental audits: compliance audits and management systems audits.
ISO Standards –
ISO 14001 is a deliberate international standard for environmental management systems (“EMS”). ISO 14001:2004 gives the prerequisites to an EMS and ISO 14004 gives general EMS rules.
An EMS meeting the necessities of ISO 14001:2004 is an administration apparatus empowering an association of any size or sort to.
Distinguish and control the ecological and environmental effect of its activities, items, products or services.
Enhance its environmental performance constantly, and
Actualize a deliberate way to deal with setting environmental objectives and targets, to accomplishing these and to showing that they have been accomplished
Supreme Audit Institution
The Supreme Audit Institution (SAI) in India is guided by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India who is a sacred specialist constitutional authority. The CAG of India gets his command from Articles 148 to 151 of the Indian Constitution. The CAG’s (Duties, Powers and Conditions of Service) Act, 1971 endorses capacities, obligations and forces of the CAG. While satisfying his protected commitments, the CAG looks at different parts of government consumption and incomes. The audit conducted by CAG is broadly classified into Financial, Compliance and Performance Audit. Environment review by SAI India is directed inside the expansive framework of consistence and performance audit.