SEEING GREEN\nCarney on climate\nConsistency is key when disclosing climate-related financial information, says Mark Carney.\nThe governor of the Bank of England and chair of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) was in Toronto in July to address business leaders at a meeting convened by CPA Canada.\nOn the agenda was the FSB’s Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures, which is developing voluntary, consistent company disclosures to help market participants better understand and manage climate-related risks. The task force’s final report is due in December 2016.\nCanadian members of the task force discussed progress to date and shared findings from the public consultation on their Phase 1 report.\nTo learn more about the task force, visit fsb-tcfd.org. Learn about CPA Canada’s involvement in climate change and sustainability at cpacanada.ca/climaterelateddisclosure.\nAWARDS\nCelebrate with the best\nMix it up with Canada’s reporting elite at the Awards of Excellence in Corporate Reporting on Dec. 7 at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto. (Get tickets from cpacanada.ca/crawardsgala2016.) Nominate a deserving individual or team for a CPA Canada Award of Excellence in Public Sector Financial Management by Feb. 17, 2017. Learn more at cpacanada.ca/psfmawards.\nMEMBER RESOURCES\nSay yes to this engagement manual\nGet the essential guide to performing effective audit, review and compilation engagements for small and medium-sized entities. The two-volume Canadian Professional Engagement Manual is available in print, online or as a DVD. Form walk-throughs and electronic templates are also available. Visit cpacanada.ca/cpem2016.\nDATA DIVING\nHow concerned are execs about restrictive post-election US trade policies with Canada?\n\nGOING GLOBAL\nCPA Canada VP recognized by Caribbean accountants\nLyle Handfield, vice-president international — Asia Pacific, received an award of appreciation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean (ICAC) for his nine years of contributions to the ICAC board. Handfield’s effort to advance accounting in the Caribbean started when he was a vice-president at CGA-Canada.