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Karthik Ramanna comments on EY's rumoured plan to break off its audit arm and create an entirely new company saying it is a bold move, potentially motivated by the need for a new kind of auditor that will take on climate change and tougher standards of corporate governance.
Karthik Ramanna and Robert S. Kaplan call for a rewrite of Scope 3 reporting rules as scrutiny of climate disclosures ramps up. Their article on carbon accounting recently won the HBR McKinsey Award.
An article outlining a new approach to measuring and reporting companies’ greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions has won the 2021 HBR McKinsey Award, which honours the best Harvard Business Review article
Karthik Ramanna comments on the issues that can arise for groups that set voluntary ESG standards in article about criticism of Science Based Targets initiative.
Article mentions joint study by Harvard Business School and the Blavatnik School "How to fix ESG reporting" co-authored by Karthik Ramanna.
Karthik Ramanna quoted about the need to bring some rigour in environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting.
A provision within the Biden administration’s Build Back Better bill that assesses a minimum tax on certain companies based on their income reported to Wall Street could improve corporate accounting, according to Karthik Ramanna.
Karthik Ramanna and Robert S Kaplan propose a new approach for verifiable accounting on indirect corporate emissions.
Karthik Ramanna and co-author Robert Kaplan propose the first rigorous approach to ESG (environmental, social, and governance) reporting, the E-liability accounting system.