TAS Chapter Event - Mitigating Risks Associated with Unsustainable Practices
TAS Chapter Event - TAS Chapter Event - Mitigating Risks Associated with Unsustainable Practices
Join the TAS Chapter President, Andrew Johnson, and Guest Speaker, Martin Boyle, Risk & Business Continuity Manager at Australian Antarctic Division present on how risks are managed across the Australian Antarctic.
Addressing climate change is one of the biggest challenges we face this century. In doing so, there is an increasing expectation that organisations account for and report upon their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance. Dr Horner will provide practical insights into what ESG is, and what it is not, and how effective ESG accounting and reporting can be leveraged to facilitate enhanced risk management, stakeholder engagement and organisational sustainability strategies.
Dr Claire Horner, Academic, University of Tasmania
Dr Claire Horner is an academic at the University of Tasmania. Her research interests include corporate social and environmental accounting, reporting and accountability; the use of impression management strategies in corporate communication; corporate social responsibility and sustainability; and accounting education practices. Dr Claire Horner has presented her research at several international conferences.
TIME/DATE: 5.00pm-6.30pm AEST. Wednesday, 7th September 2022
AEST UTC +10:00
LOCATION: CPA Australia, Level 2, 54 Victoria Street, Hobart
INVESTMENT: $0.00 FREE for Members and Non-Members
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