Greg Rogers

Greg Rogers is a practitioner-scholar helping corporations and investors account for climate change. Greg is a certified public accountant and environmental attorney.  He is author of the seminal desk book on financial reporting of environmental liabilities and risks (Wiley, 2005), Fellow and Advisor to the Master of Accounting Program at Cambridge Judge Business School, and a senior policy advisor to Carbon Tracker, a London-based independent financial think tank. Greg was an advisor to BP and its auditors Ernst & Young on liability estimates and disclosures arising from the Deepwater Horizon disaster.




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