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Oct. 21, 2021 11:00 am Eastern
Results of using the KPMG ESG Case in the Classroom
Moderator: Bette Kozlowski, KPMG
Presenter: Kelly Ulto, Fordham University
Presenter: Barbara Porco, Fordham University
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Results of the using the KPMG ESG Case in the Classroom
The TRUE VALUE AND ESG EXTERNALITIES toolkit presents a case study of the environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges faced by an international beverage company introducing a new product into the global market. Organized as two group activities, students discuss and assess the external impacts (externalities) caused by the company’s business practices. Using KPMG’s True Value Methodology, the case study is designed to help students recognize how a company creates value beyond their reported net income and how corporations are managing the evolving landscape of sustainability practices and reporting.
1. To learn how to use a case study that will help students better understand sustainability practices and reporting
CPE Information: Accounting, 1.2 CH.
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