Natural Resources: Accounting, Management, and Oversight

November 9, 2021

8:00 AM EDT (12:00 PM UTC)

1.8 CPEs




Governments must be able to account for, manage, and oversee subsoil natural resources which are a vital source of revenue for many countries. In the current resource-constrained environment, information for decision-making is more critical than ever while social, environmental, and corruption risks continue to increase. 

This 90-minute panel of experts will provide insights into the accounting, management and oversight mechanisms for natural resources. They will also discuss risks and opportunities to improve the conversion of natural resources into public value. 

Do not miss this opportunity to ask questions of experts and expand you knowledge in this important area to take back and use in your government. 


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