Environmental Accounting

Get C-level Executives to Understand It’s ‘Crunch Time’ for Sustainability Initiatives

This post originally appeared in the United Nation’s 2019 Global Goals Yearbook, pp. 22-24. You can see the yearbook by clicking here. When it comes to getting a buy-in for a sustainability project—or any other plan that could be perceived as low priority—you cannot pull any crunches. Number crunches, that is. It is no secret

Sphera Environmental Accounting Article Featured in Safety Decisions Magazine

Sphera’s article on Environmental Accounting was featured in the spring/summer edition of EHS Daily Advisor’s Safety Decisions magazine. As Jeff Ladner, Sphera’s vice president of Environmental Performance, wrote in the article: “The EPA explained in its 2014 primer on the topic that Environmental Accounting has many meanings, but, for the agency’s purposes, it defines the term as

Empowering Environmental Reporting

Tools for analysis and reporting have been rapidly evolving in recent years alongside the tools to collect data at ever faster rates, moreover data is more readily available from a myriad of sources. All these factors demand a shift in the way we think of data analysis and reporting. Join us to discover what’s new with reporting tools for analyzing large volumes of environmental data. In this webinar, you will learn how to make better use of the tools and data available today. You will also learn how companies can get data into users’ hands and help them build reports without the rigor of specialized IT involvement.

High Frequency Data Collection & Environmental Accounting

Environmental emission calculations and compliance with permit limits require access to many sources of data. Automating the collection of data provides a huge time savings for your environmental staff and reduces possible errors. Once data is retrieved, especially high-frequency data, it takes time to ensure it can be used effectively. In this session, you will learn why there is value in connecting to hundreds of resources like historians, laboratory information management systems and accounting systems and the data needed for compliance purposes. We’ll also cover when and where you can accelerate data collection, ensure data integrity and provide a full audit trail for complex regulatory requirements.