Lack of transparency, consistency, and comparability of corporate sustainability reporting data makes it difficult for investors, companies, governments, consumers, and other stakeholders to integrate social and environmental impact into their decision making. At the same time, society at large is demanding greater impact accountability from companies.
The International Foundation for Valuing Impacts (IFVI) was launched to develop and scale a globally applicable open-source methodology for measuring and valuing companies’ social and environmental impacts in monetary terms. Through ongoing testing and increased adoption by companies, investors and the public sector, there is growing evidence that impact accounting is feasible and valuable for informing financial analysis, capital allocation, and decision-making.
Join us on September 21st to learn about what impact accounting means for the future of the impact investing community, examples of successful case studies, and how you can be part of the conversation.