You are cordially invited to attend a Green Accounting review session on Tuesday, December 11th from 8:00 to 10:00 pm in 516 Hamilton taught by Bill Russell. Green Accounting is a course that examines the generation, analysis and use of financial and non-financial information in order to optimize corporate and economy-wide environmental, social and economic performance and achieve sustainable business.
Students in this review session will:
- Learn how the financial bottom-line is presented through traditional financial reports and internal cost tracking and quantitative analysis practices.
- Hear why traditional reports alone are no longer adequate to assess a company’s financial, performance and review new “sustainability” accounting principles and standards emerging to address current accounting and reporting weaknesses.
- Obtain critical insights and an appreciation of how traditional financial analytics are being supplemented with extra financial and non-financial performance data and influencing external investor decisions.
- See how corporations can assess sustainability-aligned strategic opportunities, optimize budget allocations and drastically improve profitability.
If you are interested in this course and would like to attend the review session, please RSVP here.