Forward-looking integrated reporting (including verified impact statements) should become the norm. Read the full article in the Financial Investigator.
IEF believes that accounting and reporting on multi-capital, multi-stakeholder impact is crucial for well-functioning markets in a sustainable economy. IEF therefore wrote a response to the IFRS Consultation Paper on Sustainability Reporting.
As part of the Coalition Circular Accounting (founded by Circle Economy and Netherlands Institute of Chartered Accountant), the IEF is actively supporting the identification and overcoming of accounting related challenges that hinder the transition to the circular economy. T
Werner Schouten is director of the Impact Economy Foundation and host of BNR Koplopers. He is the former chairman of the Jonge Klimaatbeweging (JKB), a national network of young people committed to a robust climate policy. JKB was the winner of the Trouw Duurzame 100 in 2020. Werner specialises in climate, generational justice, social innovation
Hajar Yagkoubi is a Next Generation keynote speaker, youth participation consultant and former UN Youth Representative for the Netherlands. During her two-year mandate, Hajar gathered input from young people on the Sustainable Development Goals, Human Rights, Security and the Climate Crisis. She brought this input to the UN via speeches she gave there. For instance
The online policy workshop on 'Sustainability Reporting' hosted by the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) and the Impact Economy Foundation (IEF) was held on 4 December 2020, in reaction to IFRS’ consultation paper.