Webinar: Corporate accounting and reporting of food sector impacts
How should the impacts of the food system be reflected in the corporate accounting and reporting of the food sector?
22 March 2021; 14.00-16.00 GMT – Register now
The food system is the number two global contributor to climate change, the number one global contributor to biodiversity loss, the number one land user, and is the number one global contributor to preventable disease and death due to malnutrition in all forms.
Investors are increasingly asking the agriculture and food sector to account for key risks and societal impacts. A spectrum of non-financial accounting and impact valuation methods have been developed and implemented in response.
This webinar features leading developers of accounting and valuation methods for food system impact.
Salim Rahmini, Danone
- Christian Heller, value balancing alliance | Standardising impact valuation: The practitioners’ approach
- Isabel Hoffman, Capital Coalition | Putting nature and people at the centre of food system transformation: the capitals approach for business decision-making
- Adrian de Groot Ruiz, Impact Institute
- Koen Boone, The Sustainability Consortium | Integrating impact data in supply chain decision making: the TSC case
Christian Heller is Vice President at BASF and seconded as CEO of the value balancing alliance. The alliance focuses on the development and standardisation of an accounting methodology to protect and create companies’ long-term value. Christian is member of EU Sustainable Finance Platform, the International Advisory Group of the Shift’s Valuing Respect Project, the Natural Capital Coalitions Advisory Panel and the practitioner council of Harvard Business School’s Impact Weighted Accounts Initiative.
Isabel Hoffmann is a manager at the Capitals Coalition, working primarily on the TEEBAgriFood business implementation project to integrate the value of natural, social and human capital into decision-making along the agri-value chain. Co-author of the TEEBAgriFood Operational Guidance, Isabel also works on contents development for a number of other projects, including upscaling the capitals approach to the oceans..
Koen Boone is an ambassador for Sustainable Value Chains at Wageningen University and Research. He is Director Europe of the Sustainability Consortium (TSC). Koen has 20 years of experience in measuring sustainability on all kind of levels (product, company, farm, sector). He is a member of several advisory committees. He worked with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) on the development of GRI guidelines for sustainability reporting for the food processing industry.