Nearly half of businesses have no carbon emissions plan despite growing fears of climate disaster, research from the Association of Chartered Accountants (ACCA), the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) and PwC has found.
[This story is behind a paywall.] Most of the companies that lacked concrete plans to curb emissions also had no intention of developing them, the survey of 1,000 companies worldwide found. The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, International Federation of Accountants, and...
At the World Investment Forum in Abu Dhabi on 16th October three global bodies, ACCA, IFAC and IDI launched a summary of their forthcoming introduction to sustainability and assurance in the public sector.
Reporting guide from accountancy bodies and We Mean Business comes amid tightening mandatory climate risk reporting rules worldwide
As mandatory disclosure requirements become the norm for global organisations, the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) and other entities have collaborated to release new guidance for delivering robust greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting.
The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board has been developing accounting standards and guidance for public sector entities since 1986 and now it's turning its attention to climate reporting.
The shortage of accountants has become a major concern for universities and companies alike, which have dedicated various resources and initiatives to raise awareness about the profession among college and high school students. Article includes interviews with Helen Partridge, IFAC CFO and Director...