BSR Conference 2016

Be Bold

November 1-3 • New York

#BSR16

Breakout Session

Natural Capital Accounting: Business Implications?

Thursday November 3, 4:15 pm-5:15 pm

Accounting systems are to business what water is to fish—essential and irreplaceable. But failing to include environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data in these systems creates a blind spot around corporate risk and opportunity. That blind spot can now be addressed using the new Natural Capital Protocol. These guidelines help business decision-makers see environmental impacts and dependencies within accounting systems. Business leaders can use this information—which is based on structured, verified approaches—to assess the risks, costs, and benefits associated with their company’s reliance on nature’s services. Join us for an overview of leading work.

Scheduled Speakers for this Session

Karen Clarke-Whistler
Karen Clarke-Whistler
Chief Environment Officer

TD Bank Group

Mark Gough
Mark Gough
Executive Director

Natural Capital Coalition

Sarah Matheson
Sarah Matheson
Head of Sustainability, North America

Tata Group

Eric Olson
Eric Olson
Senior Vice President

BSR

Moderator


Please note, schedule is subject to change.

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