Two Decades of Corporate Environmental and Sustainability Accounting – What has been achieved?

22 – 23 September (reception on 21 September), Lüneburg, Germany

The Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network (EMAN) in association with the Centre for Sustainability Management (CSM) at Leuphana University Lüneburg are pleased to announce the 20th EMAN conference on measurement, assessment, reporting and management of corporate environmental and social impacts and performance.

The jubilee conference is designed to review, discuss and extend existing research on environmental, social and sustainability management accounting. This unique event aims to foster collaboration between academics dealing with different accounting, reporting and communication topics and with practitioners to enhance participative research.

Among the keynote speakers are experts on sustainability measurement, management accounting and control from international organisations, research and corporate practice, including: Professor Teemu Malmi (Aalto University Helsinki) on “Practically relevant and theoretically solid research in management accounting and control. Conclusions for sustainability research”; Dr Rodney Irwin (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) on the WBCSDs approach for sustainability measurement and what has been achieved; Andrea Dreifke-Pieper (World Wildlife Fund for Nature) on the ecological accounting and measurement approach behind the WWF’s Living Planet Report and what it means for corporate management and accounting; Susan Dreyer (Carbon Disclosure Project) on accounting and reporting approach of CDP and their assurance approach to receive high quality carbon information.

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