Well, no, not really and wholly

The IFRS Foundation fails to rise to the challenge of sustainability reporting

What he means is that they’ve ignored his most strange, even silly, ideas.

Sixteen per cent of all submissions to the IFRS referred to sustainable cost accounting, or to putting the liability for climate change in the accounts.

Well, yes, we can explain that, can’t we?

Some readers of this blog will recall that last December I invited those with concern about environmental change to comment to the International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation

So, they figured out that some bloke with a blog had got his readers to write in. Then paid the appropriate amount of attention to those blog readers…..

3 thoughts on “Well, no, not really and wholly”

  1. Marcus Aurelius Quote: “The opinion of 10,000 men is of no value if none of them know anything about the subject.”

  2. I work on IFRS reporting, every report is obviously written by commitee and it is impossible to get clarification on stuff (though the FCA can be helpful) – there is no transparency whatsover. They do not take feedback or listen to the outside world, except when it comes from the massive reporting firms.

    That lack of transparency is clearly leading them to ignore Mr. Murphy, thank the lord.

  3. Dennis, Climate-Change Denying Fruitcake

    And Murphy being Murphy, he completely misrepresents the IFRS response.

    Nothing makes him crankier than the thought of being unable to apply the jackboot to someone.

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