Accountants are ideally suited to measure sustainability efforts because we collect and analyze our organizations’ information. Until we can adequately measure sustainability efforts and their returns in terms of time and money, many businesses will not fully embrace sustainability. Accountants should lead efforts to report on sustainability because we have the experience and knowledge to create clear, concise and informative documents. This session reviews the challenges in measuring and reporting sustainability efforts, discusses current best practices and provides thoughts about the future of sustainability measurement and reporting.
*Understand the important role accountants can play in leading sustainability efforts.
|Sustainability_Manual (8.51 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Important CPE Credit Instructions_READ BEFORE WEBCAST UPDATED (0.47 MB)||Available after Purchase|
John F. Levy, MBA, CPA, is the CEO of Board Advisory Services, a consulting firm that assists public companies, or companies aspiring to be public, with corporate governance, compliance, financial reporting and financial strategies. He has nine years of experience with three large, national accounting firms and has served as CFO of both public and private companies. John currently serves on the Board of Directors of three public companies, including as vice-chairman of one company and audit committee chair of another. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.
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