How CFOs can engage with their organizations’ sustainability goals – and get massive financial returns.
There are powerful reasons why corporate finance teams should be key participants in their business’s sustainability journeys.
Read the August 2017 article from Journal of Accountancy here.
KPMG’s goals for the project:
The goal of this global initiative is “to start to reveal a shared understanding of how responsible tax at an international level works across corporations and tax jurisdictions, and for both advanced and emerging economies.”
Closing the gap between actual and perceived corporate social responsibility is important to maintain a company’s reputation sharpened.
Although companies are increasingly becoming more sustainable, the public often does not know or recognize a company’s CSR commitment. Consequently, a company’s actual and perceived CSR is frequently misaligned.
Aligning CSR minimizes reputational risks and can improve reputation significantly!
Udledningen af drivhusgasser falder
Det samlede udslip af drivhusgasser fra de danske økonomiske aktiviteter faldt i 2015 med 4,8 pct. og drivhusgasintensiteten (udslip pr. kr. BNP) faldt med 6,3 pct. Tallene for 2014 viser, at nedgangen i både de absolutte udslip og i drivhusgasintensiteten var større, hvis udslippene knyttet til forbruget af brændstof, der er bunkret mv. i udlandet, ikke medregnes.More
Thomson Reuters report and analysis published March 2017.
A deep dive into the challenges and benefits of new corporate reporting processes within CSR and sustainability reporting.
Read the report here.
The WBCSD 2016 survey “Reporting matters” covering CSR reports from 163 major international companies aims to provide companies with clear non-financial reporting guidance as it develops at an increasingly fast pace.More
The purpose of the Food Loss and Waste Standard (FLW) is to facilitate the quantification of FLW (what to measure and how to measure it) and encourage consistency and transparency of the reported data.More