Carbon Accounting and Controlling – A Journey to Excellence
by Lawrence A. Rosen
What are the economic implications that make carbon efficiency along the value chain interesting to managers? Lawrence A. Rosen, CFO of Deutsche Post DHL, gives us the answers and tells us how his company benefits from an increased transparency on its carbon footprint as a result of integrating a Carbon Controlling and Accounting into the financial management system.
The euro area's vulnerable paymaster
by Kenneth Dyson
Kenneth Dyson, Research Professor at Cardiff University, shares his thoughts about Germany as a semi-hegemonic power grappling with dilemmas over how to manage Europe’s crises. He indicates with several examples what could limit Germany’s power and even lead to an isolation, facing the question: “What kind of Germany, in what kind of Europe?”