23rd EMAN Conference focused on Biodiversity and Natural Capital Accounting

Organizer: 
The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague and the Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network
Dates: 
November 7, 2019 to November 8, 2019
Location: 
Prague, Czech Republic
Event Language: 
English
Submission deadline: 
June 30, 2019

 

23rd EMAN Conference focused on Biodiversity and Natural Capital Accounting

The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague and the Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network organize the 23rd EMAN Conference focused on Biodiversity and Natural Capital Accounting.

The aim of the conference is to discuss the possibilities of including biodiversity as part of natural capital in the company's management accounting, including valuation options for these purposes. Furthermore, from the point of view of reporting, the use of natural capital accounting, including biodiversity and the monitoring of the impact on the sustainability of the enterprise. The subject is also a discussion of indicators addressing biodiversity at the enterprise level and linking with reporting at national level. 

The conference addresses issues related to biodiversity and natural capital accounting, performance measurement, management & strategy, management control, measurement tools and reporting. We invite extended abstracts that include but are not restricted to the following areas linked to biodiversity and natural capital. The conference also welcomes extended abstracts on the general theme of the EMAN network.

 

  • Biodiversity management accounting

  • Environmental management accounting

  • Biodiversity reporting

  • Environmental reporting

  • Extinction accounting

  • Corporate environmental performance

  • Accounting for corversation

  • Environmental management and corporate sustainability

  • Conservation performance

  • Environmental management and measurement tools for management control

  • Accounting in relation to SDG 14 and 15

  • Carbon, water and waste accounting

  • How investors look at biodiversity

  • Accounting and reporting for the SDGs

  • Biodiversity management in the supply chain

  • The inclusion of the environment in integrated reporting

  • Natural capital frameworks, use, development and standardization.

  • Environmental management accounting

  • New professions, practices around biodiversity

  • Environmental reporting 

  • How biodiversity (or the loss of biodiversity) affects how businesses work

  • Corporate environmental performance

  • Biodiversity management

  • Environmental management and corporate sustainability

  • Biodiversity in integrated reporting

  • Environmental management and measurement tools for management control

 

For more information about submitting the abstracts and registration conditions, see the Abstract and registration section. Deadline June 30th 2019. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Organizing committee:

  • Beranová Markéta, PhD student, Czech University of Life Sciences

  • Gibassier Delphine, Senior Research Fellow, Birmingham Business School

  • Hájek Miroslav, Associate Professor, Czech University of Life Sciences