4 top sustainability reporting trends for 2014

Source: GreenBiz, 20 February 2014

At most companies, work on 2013 sustainability reports is well underway. But it’s not too late to take stock and assess whether you’re giving enough consideration to four major issues recently cited by Ernst & Young: materiality, conflict minerals, social >>> read more

The time is now for company non-financial reporting

Source: EurActiv, 18 February 2014

It may seem incredible that anyone can continue arguing that corporations should not be responsible for their impacts on wider society. Yet that was effectively the argument put forward by some European Union member states last week when they attempted >>> read more

GRI en ISO publiceren linkage document over MVO

Source: NEN, 14 February 2014

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) en ISO hebben samen een document opgesteld waarin de relatie tussen GRI G4 en ISO 26000 wordt toegelicht. Zowel GRI als ISO geven organisaties handvatten voor MVO. GRI G4 geeft internationale richtlijnen voor het opstellen van >>> read more

How materiality drives improved sustainability reporting

Source: GreenBiz, 28 January 2014

Numerous external forces are converging to create increased awareness of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors. These forces are challenging CFOs to reconsider a traditional reporting model that may not effectively meet today’s information needs. Today, 60 percent of CFOs >>> read more

IIRC releases framework for integrated reporting

Source: IIRC, 9 December 2013

The release of the International Integrated Reporting (<IR>) Framework on Monday 9 December 2013, marks an important milestone in the market-led evolution of corporate reporting. It follows a three-month global consultation led by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) earlier >>> read more