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Want to know why and how businesses actually report on the ‘sustainability’ actions they’re taking? Would you like to confidently analyze and interpret corporate sustainability reports? Are you contemplating taking the new “Sustainability Accounting and Accountability” course (BSUS 6400) offered this winter but not quite sure yet?

If these questions resonate with you, then this event is for you!

Attendees will have a chance to hear from Professor Charles Cho and discuss how corporate sustainability accounting, performance and reporting come together, what works and doesn’t work, current trends in reporting and what to look out for when reading and dissecting these materials.

Sustainability Reporting Concepts, Practices & Trends with Prof. Charles Cho

Thursday, November 9th
5:30 – 7:00pm
SSB W356

Free for members; $5 fee for non-members. Or, just sign up to be a member here.

Please confirm your participation on Facebook. Look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

Charles Cho, PhD Professor of Accounting
Erivan K. Haub Chair in Business and Sustainability

Professor Cho will be teaching the brand new BSUS 6400 course this winter. He has many impressive accolades to his name, and is a truly engaging and animated lecturer (a number of NI executive team members speaking from thoroughly-enjoyed experience), do not be fooled by the “Accountant” title! His list of awards, speaking engagements and publications goes on and on, and you can learn more for yourself here.