Certified TBL Resources

“Only the second revolution in accounting since double-entry bookkeeping began, [multiple capital accounting] is of seismic proportions … The changes it will wreak are profound and far-reaching and not only will transform the way the world does business but also will alter the nature of capitalism.”

- Jane Gleeson-White, Author, Six Capitals or Can Accountants Save the Planet?

“All organizations should apply a context-based approach to sustainability reporting, allocating their fair share impacts on common capital resources within the thresholds of their carrying capacities.”

- United Nations Environment Programme
Author, Raising the Bar – Advancing Environmental Disclosure in Sustainability Reporting

The MultiCapital Scorecard

A Better Scorecard for Your Company’s Sustainability Efforts (Harvard Business Review)
The MultiCapital Scorecard (journal article)
The MultiCapital Scorecard (website)
The MultiCapital Scorecard (book)
Move Over, Sustainability Accounting: Here Comes Purpose Accounting
MCS Starter Kit for Small Businesses

Context-Based Sustainability

Context-Based Sustainability (Wikipedia web page)
The Essence of Context-Based Sustainability
Best Practices in Context-Based Sustainability
UNEP Endorsement of Context-Based Sustainability
Center for Sustainable Organizations (website)

Multicapitalism and the Triple Bottom Line

Multicapitalism – A New Economic Doctrine for Sustainable Commerce
Vital Capitals and the Triple Bottom Line 
Multiple Capital Accounting Arrives
Sustainability and Multicapitalism — Together at Last!
Does Sustainable Performance Mean Abandoning Capitalism?
Certified Sustainability Zones (website)
An Ode to the Triple Bottom Line

For more information about Certified TBL Orgs, contact the program’s Director, Mark W. McElroy.