Sustainability in practice
I have been involved in a number of collaborative projects and independent pieces on various sustainability related themes, engaging across academia, business, and the public sector- and coving topics including climate, biodiversity, wages and sustainable finance.
Reports and publications
2016: Research consultant on report with ACCA reviewing reporting from fossil fuel companies, both traditional and integrated reporters, on the risk of 'stranded assets'.
reporting on the stranded asset risk?
2015: Co-author on knowledge exchange project with the University of Strathclyde and the Living Wage Foundation on the business case for the UK Living Wage.
2014: Research consultant contributing to a report with ACCA considering the sustainability requirements of 10 national exchanges in sub-Saharan Africa.
2014: Research consultant on ACCA/FFI/KPMG briefing paper reviewing the corporate reporting of a number of key natural commodities.
2013: Research consultant on ACCA/FFI/KPMG briefing paper considering issues around the materiality principle and natural capital risk in corporate reporting.
2012: Co-author on report with ACCA/FFI/KPMG evaluating the extent to which the accounting profession considers the significance of biodiversity in practice.
Other research and online content
2016- onwards: Sustainability related articles with a public sector focus for Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) Scotland.
2013: Research and analysis of climate change related disclosure in the annual reporting of global oil and gas multinationals for Carbon Tracker Initiative and ACCA.
2013: Research and case study work for CDSB's (Climate Disclosure Standards Board) guide to their investor focused 'Climate Change Reporting Framework'.
2013: Contributory research to the IIRC's (International Integrated Reporting Council) background paper on the incorporation of multiple capitals into integrated reporting.
2012: Author of a series of sustainability related blogs and articles to support ACCA's 'Global Virtual Conference' in October 2012.
2012: Research and analysis for CPSL (Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership) on natural capital management within the pharmaceutical sector.