Linking SDGs and green inclusive recovery post COVID-19
As part of the EU Sustainable Development Week, Eva Lindström, Member of the European Court of Auditors, and ACCA are thus delighted to invite you to a lively discussion via Microsoft Teams on 7 October.
Tax as a force for good: rebalancing our tax systems to support a global economy fit for the future
On 27 February 2019, ACCA and Deloitte jointly organised an event in Brussels called Tax as a force for good: rebalancing our tax systems to support a global economy fit for the future, in order to explore how shifting tax from labour to natural resource use, pollution and consumption could help meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and an inclusive, circular economy.
Event report: Collaborative economy and new business models’ challenges
ACCA, UEAPME and European Movement International are delighted to invite you to a lively panel discussion to discuss the main features of these new business models, the opportunities but also their limits, and how policymakers can support innovation while also protecting consumers, workers and communities.
Save the date - Collaborative economy and new business models' challenges: from promoting innovation and sustainable entrepreneurship to protecting consumers and workers
ACCA and UEAPME are delighted to invite you to a lively panel discussions to discuss the main features of these new business models, the opportunities but also their limits, and how policymakers can support innovation while also protecting consumers, workers and communities.
Empowering businesses to engage with sustainable finance and the SDGs
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and Barclays are delighted to invite you to a lively discussion on the proposals from the European Commission Action plan and the alignment of business strategies and corporate reporting contribution in meeting the SDGs and sustainable finance objectives.
This report sets out to demonstrate why
the SDGs matter to professional
accountants; the role of the private sector
in their delivery and how professional
accountants can be part of a collaborative
group of actors working together to
achieve the aims of the 2030 Agenda
In two video presentations, James Leaton introduces the 2013 research paper, 'Carbon avoidance?, and Richard Martin explains how unburnable carbon might be reflected in a company’s financial statements.