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This report summarises the discussions of sustainability professionals and practitioners to discuss “The Business Benefits of Sustainability Reporting in Singapore” Read the article
This summary pulls out some of the highlights from ACCA’s report on natural capital and materiality?
'Companies are starting to see the link between sustainability and financial results' says KPMG special adviser and former UN climate chief Yvo de Boer.
The next few years will be critical for the acceleration of the shift to a green economy in Asia
Awareness among investors and other stakeholders of the importance of natural capital is growing, but corporate reporting must evolve to meet information needs
Corporate China - 11 October 2012
The green economy: pushes and pulls on corporate china
Making a Difference at Rio - 12 June 2012
Provides background to Rio+20 and the zero draft of the summit agreement, the importance of paragraph 24, possible changes from zero draft to final agreement and ACCA opinions.
Climate Change: Brave New Green World - 15 May 2012
Clean energy increasingly looks like a viable way to decouple economic growth from the rise in toxic carbon emissions.
Environmental Accountability: The Carbon We're Not Counting - 01 April 2011
The carbon we’re not counting discusses three approaches for tackling Scope 3 emissions: The Control, Influence and Engaged Approaches.
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If you're interested in environmental accountability, you may like to read some articles and reports held in our technical library.
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The Global Forum for Sustainability brings together groups of experts from around the world to discuss issues that relate to environmental accountability and sustainability.