Is Reporting Bloated, Burdensome, and Broken?

Source: BSR, 11 August 2015

Today’s sustainability reporting model is bloated, burdensome, and broken. Its benefits do not outweigh its costs, and it should be discarded. That was the deliberately provocative statement of the debate I moderated at Facebook’s “Sustainability@Scale” event at their Menlo Park headquarters >>> read more

Unilever releases first-of-its-kind Human Rights Report

Source: , 3 July 2015

Unilever has published its inaugural Human Rights Report.  The report outlines Unilever’s goal not only to respect Human Rights but to actively advance them across all areas of its business. It documents areas where the company has taken significant steps >>> read more

15 years GRI Guidelines for Sustainability Reporting!

Source: , 30 June 2015

Today (30 June) we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the guidelines for sustainability reporting by the Global Reporting Initiative(GRI). The first edition (the ‘june 2000 guidelines’) where published on 30 june 2000. See the news of that moment. Read the >>> read more

What is the future of reporting?

Source: 2degrees, 26 June 2015

Take a glimpse of the future with feedback from the latest 2degrees CR / Sustainability Reporting Spend Survey. “Sustainability is not about reporting,” says Klas Hallberg, manager of new developments in sustainability at Akzonobel, “but reporting is the basis for >>> read more

BlackRock, Ceres Launch Investor Guide on US Corporate Engagement

Source: BlackRock, 24 June 2015

The world’s largest asset manager, has teamed up with nonprofit sustainability leader Ceres to create guidance for U.S. institutional investors on engaging with companies and policymakers on sustainability issues. The guide, 21st Century Engagement: Investor Strategies for Incorporating ESG Considerations into Corporate Interactions, includes >>> read more