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XIII. International Conference "Accounting and Reporting Sustainable Development" will be held on 26 and 27 April 2017, as the accompanying program of the Building Fairs Brno.

The conference focuses on topical issues of sustainable development, voluntary approaches to achieving the objectives of sustainable development at company level, results of projects, case studies and discussion of practical experience.

The conference is recommended to all organizations interested in deepening its activities in accordance with the principles of sustainable development (Directive 2013/34 /EU, a number of ISO 14000 etc.), to increase their competitiveness and discussing related issues. Experience will be share with leading experts. Detailed information is available on the website: http://www.tretiruka.cz/konference-ucetnictvi-a-reporting-udrzitelneho-rozvoje/.

Venue:

The conference will be held at the Brno Exhibition Center, the Congress Center.

 

Conference Program:

The conference is divided into two days:

  • The first day (26 April 2017) will be held lectures (see conference program).
  • The second day (27 April 2017) is intended visiting the exhibition, which is conceived individually.

 

Accommodations:

It is an individual, is tentatively ordered the immediate vicinity of the exhibition grounds in areas Masaryk University – Hotel Garni, Vinařská 5, Brno, Block A3.

Organizer:

Czech Business Council for Sustainable Development, Ministry of the Environment and the Czech Environmental Management Center, Z.S.

 

Conference program

April 26th, 2017

8.00–9.00          Registration of participants

9.00–9.10          Introduction

  • Ing. Peter J. Kalaš, vice-president CBCSD – Active Role of the Business Sector on a Sustainable Growth of the Community;
  • prof. Ing. Iva Ritschelová, CSc., Head of the Czech Statistical Office – Indicators of Sustainable Development for Strategy Czech Republic 2030;

 

9.10–10.30        Session 1, Latest news of the sustainable development strategy in the Czech Republic:

 

10.30                 Short break

  • Mgr. Jan Mareš, Head of the Secretariat of the Government Council for Sustainable Development, Office of the Government – Strategy of Czech Republic 2030;
  • Ing. Jiří Hrbek, Director of the Statistics Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Environment – Indicators of Sustainable Development Strategy Czech Republic 2030;
  • Doc. PaedDr. Tomáš Hák, Ph.D., Center for Environment, Charles University – Evaluation of Sustainable Development;
  • Ing. Pavel Zámyslický, Ph.D., Director of the Department of Energy and Climate Protection, Ministry of Environment – Paris Agreement and its Implementation in the Czech Republic.

 

10.30                 Short break

10.45–12.15      Session 2, Results of projects:

  • Ing. Hana Šimková, Head of Regulatory Impact / Business Environment Department, Ministry of Trade and Industry – Corporate Social Responsibility;
  • Ing. arch. Petr Štěpánek, Ph.D., FUA TUL, Department of Design environment, ČVUT – Tools for a Sustainable Development Strategy;
  • Filip Gregor, Head of unit Responsible Companies – Shift in Voluntary Standards;
  • Mgr. Stanislav Kužel, Smart-report CZ s.r.o. – Current Status of Non-financial Reporting in the Czech Republic - Legislative Path to Nowhere.

 

12.15–13.15      Lunch break

13.15–14.45      Session 3, Experience in processing non-financial reporting:

 

  • RNDr. Viktor Třebický, Ph.D., CI2 – Carbon Footprint as an Indicator of Sustainable Development for Businesses and Public Administration;
  • Ing. Petr Knápek, Manager of Environmental Protection, the Prague Airport, a. s. – Experience in Monitoring Carbon Footprint;
  • Ing. Libor Ansorge, Ph.D., Water Research Institute TG Masaryk, v.v.i. – The Water Footprint in Accordance with ISO 14046 and Examples from Practice;
  • Dr Roger Burritt, Honorary Professor, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia and Dr Katherine Christ, Lecturer in Accounting, School of Commerce, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, Australia – Why Monetary Information Should not be Ignored in Voluntary Corporate Water Accounting.

 

15.00–16.30      Session 4

 

  • Mgr. Daniel Hájek, Head of voluntary tools and cooperation with NGOs, Ministry of Environment – EMAS as a Tool for Non-financial Reporting;
  • Ing. Pavel Růžička, ENVIROS - Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Voluntary Approaches;
  • Bc. Lucie Nencková, MBA, VŠE - Circulation Economy on the Example of Waste Textiles.
  • Ing. Mathy SANE, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague - Environmental Education: The way to Sustainable Development.

 

April 27th, 2017

Visiting the fair, including support programs, is conceived individually.

Related information:

All contributions through abstract will be published in conference proceedings and according to time schedule will enable the presentation within the program.

For larger contribution it is possible to publish after the conference in the journal Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica (http://www.sab.czu.cz).

 

With the lapse of time presentations will be published on the conference website www.tretiruka.cz.