Oakland, CAalifornia : Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment, December 2003.
Book — 1 online resource (22 pages). Digital: text file.
This report tracked ten years of governmental, business and nonprofit studies that document significant under-reporting by SEC registrants of financially material corporate environmental liabilities. It examines attempts by oversight agencies, advisory bodies and Congress to close gaps in GAAP, and concludes with a set of recommendations for the SEC. It is part of Environmental Fiduciary Report Series.
Oakland, California : Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment, 
Book — 1 online resource (ix, 73 pages). Digital: text file.
This report showcases studies by leading academic, government and business experts, indicating that companies that perform better environmentally also tend to produce better financial results and greater shareholder value. It is part of the Rose Foundation Environmental Fiduciary Report Series.
[San Jose, California] : [Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment], 9/20/02.
Book — 1 online resource (5 unnumbered pages) Digital: text file.
"Rose Foundation filed a citizen petition with the United States Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) asking for a crackdown on environmental accounting fraud and new regulations to guide future corporate environmental liability reporting. The petition was immediately endorsed by more than 30 other foundations, as well as several mutual funds and labor organizations. This report is part of the Environmental Fiduciary Report Series."--Rose Foundation document download page.