International Sustainability Accounting Conference on the Collaboration of Practice and Research
Measuring sustainability performance
Corporate approaches and contributions
1st and 2nd October 2015 in Geneva
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) in association with the Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network (EMAN) are pleased to announce a Symposium on business measurement, valuation and reporting of environmental and social capital impacts and performance.
The symposium is designed to show case existing research on environmental and sustainability management accounting, and to bring academics and business practitioners together to help define and foster collaborative and participative action research. This unique event will take place in Geneva, Switzerland on 1st and 2nd October 2015. More details will be available soon.
Rodney Irwin, Managing Director Financial Capital and Education, WBCSD
Gail Whiteman, Professor-in-Residence, WBCSD
Stefan Schaltegger, Chairman, Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network (EMAN), Professor, Centre for Sustainability Management, Leuphana University Lüneburg (EMAN global, EMAN Europe)
Cosmos M. Ambe, Professor, Nedbank Chair in Accountancy, Limpopo University, South Africa (EMAN Africa)
Roger Burritt, Professor, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia (EMAN Asia Pacific, EMAN global)
Ki-Hoon Lee, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia (EMAN Asia-Pacific)
Samuel Mongrut, Professor, Departamento Académico de Economía Universidad del Pacífico, Lima, Peru (EMAN Americas)
EMAN, the Environmental and Sustainability Management Network, is a thought-leading network of academics and practitioners interested in the exchange and further development of accounting and reporting approaches to support companies in pursuing sustainable development. Since its foundation in 1997 EMAN has conducted annual conferences and published edited books and special issues of leading journals with new concepts, case studies and analyses on environmental and sustainability accounting and reporting, thus providing researchers, practitioners and conference presenters outlets to disseminate their work. The global EMAN activities are organized in four regional EMAN sections, each conducting its own annual meetings or conference, EMAN Europe, EMAN Africa, EMAN Americas, and EMAN Asia Pacific.
For further information see: www.eman-global.net.