What do companies report?

Source: Vigeo, 26 January 2015

The second Vigeo’s study on the worldwide evolution of Corporate Responsibility reporting practices between 2008 and 2014. he rising expectations towards the companies to make them develop information concerning Governance and the integration of environmental, social, societal and ethical dimensions >>> read more

European Council agreed new directive non-financial reporting

Source: EU, 29 September 2014

The European Commission welcomes today’s adoption by the Council of the Directive on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by large companies and groups. Companies concerned will disclose information on policies, risks and outcomes as regards environmental matters, social and >>> read more

What Gets the Worst Marketing ROI? Your CSR Report

Source: Adage.com, 26 September 2014

It’s time for "Communications Jeopardy!" Answer:: This annual piece of communications is expensive, time consuming and contributes virtually nothing to the performance of your business. Question: What is our annual corporate social responsibility report? Next year is just around the >>> read more

Sustainability Reporting: The What and Why

Source: Environmental Leader, 15 September 2014

For more than a decade now, many leading global organizations have produced some form of sustainability reporting. Sometimes these documents manifest in reports sent directly to stakeholders, and in other cases they adhere to specific guidelines defined by external reporting >>> read more

ESG reporting becomes standard practice in real estate investments

Source: GRESB, 4 September 2014

The Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) today announced the release of the 2014 GRESB results. A leading global source of portfolio-level sustainability data for the real estate industry, the dynamic benchmark provides more than 40 institutional investors, representing USD >>> read more

Is sustainability reporting missing the mark?

Source: GreenBiz, 1 September 2014

"Corporate sustainability reporting is dead." Not the words of an anti-corporatist radical green — but of Peter Bakker, president and CEO of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, on stage at this year’s recent EAT Forum in Stockholm. You >>> read more