Triple Bottom Line Reporting

Measuring Environmental, Social and Economic Performance

Triple Bottom Line Reporting – Measuring Environmental, Social and Economic Performance
Thursday, October 15, and Friday, October 16, NWETC HQ, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
650 South Orcas Street, Suite 220, NWETC – Headquarters, for information call 206-762-1976
There is a growing trend of governmental agencies and non-profit organizations issuing triple bottom line reports. Accountability for environmental, social and economic impacts of a company is increasingly becoming a part of every manager or governmental official’s job. However, there is much uncertainty and inconsistency in the field. Triple bottom line reporting is emerging as an important and necessary part of an organization’s disclosure. Two main issues addressed are 1) what a triple bottom line report is and 2) the areas addressed in a triple bottom line report. The first issue involves establishing an understanding of the triple bottom line and a structure for accountability. The second issue deals with identifying boundaries, a methodology for reporting and development of an understanding of the issues around subject areas in reporting.
This is a paid-for course, $320 business / $275 government rate / $240 Native American Tribes, Student & Non-Profit Rate. To register, go to http://e2ma.net/go/2212959340/2013256/75442457/7719/goto:https://nwetc.org/registration_process/reg_sust-404_10-09_seattle/registration.htm.

650 South Orcas Street, Suite 220

NWETC – Headquarters, for information call 206-762-1976

There is a growing trend of governmental agencies and non-profit organizations issuing triple bottom line reports. Accountability for environmental, social and economic impacts of a company is increasingly becoming a part of every manager or governmental official’s job. However, there is much uncertainty and inconsistency in the field. Triple bottom line reporting is emerging as an important and necessary part of an organization’s disclosure. Two main issues addressed are

  1. what a triple bottom line report is and
  2. the areas addressed in a triple bottom line report.

The first issue involves establishing an understanding of the triple bottom line and a structure for accountability. The second issue deals with identifying boundaries, a methodology for reporting and development of an understanding of the issues around subject areas in reporting.

This is a paid-for course, $320 business / $275 government rate / $240 Native American Tribes, Student & Non-Profit Rate. To register, go to https://nwetc.org/registration_process/reg_sust-404_10-09_seattle/registration.htm.

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