Sustainability metrics and reporting guidelines are necessary tools to evaluate progress toward achieving social, environmental, and economic impact. Yet these tools can be complex and, improperly applied, can fail in their purpose: to communicate meaningful and relevant information about progress on sustainability topics. This program will provide you with key foundational concepts of sustainability metrics and reporting, including instruction on the different types of indicators and the most commonly used reporting frameworks. You will explore real examples of sustainability goals, reports, and dashboards in order to understand how to apply these concepts to interpret, compare, and communicate results most effectively.
Mar 28-Apr 25, 2017 (6pm-8:30pm)
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Matt Mooney is the Global Sustainability Reporting Manager for Accenture, a management consulting services firm. He is responsible for directing strategic transparency initiatives and managing the performance of the company's sustainability initiatives across more than 40 countries. Matt leads a talented and passionate team to enhance Accenture's standing as a responsible business with innovations such as the creation of an external stakeholder panel to gain input for the development of company-wide sustainability goals and performance metrics. He is responsible for reporting on the company's global sustainability performance internally to C-suite leadership and executive steering groups as well as externally to organizations such as the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), CDP, Dow Jones Sustainability Index, and others. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame.Show More