Corporate accounting and reporting of food sector impacts

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How should the impacts of the food system be reflected in the corporate accounting and reporting of the food sector?

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The food system is the number two global contributor to climate change, the number one global contributor to biodiversity loss, the number one land user, and is the number one global contributor to preventable disease and death due to malnutrition in all forms. Investors are increasingly asking the agriculture and food sector to account for key risks and societal impacts. A spectrum of non-financial accounting and impact valuation methods have been developed and implemented in response. This webinar features leading developers of accounting and valuation methods for food system impact.

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  • Christian Heller, value balancing alliance | Standardising impact valuation: The practitioners’ approach
  • Isabel Hoffman, Capital Coalition | Putting nature and people at the centre of food system transformation: the capitals approach for business decision-making
  • Adrian de Groot Ruiz, Impact Institute
  • Koen Boone, The Sustainability Consortium | Integrating impact data in supply chain decision making: the TSC case

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Organiser Eleanor O'Kane

Organiser of Corporate accounting and reporting of food sector impacts

Eleanor O'Kane is the communications co-ordinator for the Resilience of the UK Food System in a global context programme

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