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ENVR E-125: Creating, Implementing, and Improving Corporate Environmental, Social, and Governance Reporting

Transparency and accountability are the cornerstones of a corporate sustainability environmental, social, and governance (ESG) program. But how do you implement a reporting program that meets the ever increasing demands of investors and other stakeholders while creating the most value for the business? From global reporting initiative (GRI) to carbon disclosure project (CDP), task force on climate-related financial disclosures (TCFD), sustainability accounting standards board (SASB) and more, this course unravels the alphabet soup of corporate reporting frameworks and guidelines. Offering practical steps and process to help company executives, functional managers, and corporate responsibility leaders' design, implement, or accelerate an ESG reporting program. The course work is grounded with case studies and leverages the real world experience of guest speakers and the instructors.

Professor: 

Kevin Hagen
Kevin Wilhelm

Season: 

Fall

Days: 

W

Time: 

7:40-9:40

Course ID: 

16436

Research Areas: 

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