Results of CSR ranking Global 500 companies by Fortune

Source: CNN, 24 October 2006

About one in every ten dollars of assets under management in the U.S. – an estimated $2.3 trillion out of $24 trillion – is being invested in companies that rate highly on some measure of social responsibility. That’s a $2.3 >>> read more

Comparison CSR reporting of Largest Listed Companies in Eleven Central and Eastern European (CEE) Countries with Peers in BRIC and Ukraine

Source: Partners for Financial Stability (PFS) Program, 18 October 2006

Today, the Partners for Financial Stability (PFS) Program publishes its seventh semi-annual Survey of Reporting on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by the Ten Largest Listed Companies (by market capitalization) in 11 Central and Eastern European (CEE) Countries. This edition of >>> read more

CIMA report highlights shortcomings in sustainability reporting

Source: CIMA, 9 October 2006

Significant improvements to sustainability reporting and data collection are likely to be needed to meet the requirements of the forthcoming Companies Bill (formerly known as the Company Law Reform Bill), based on newly-published CIMA funded research on sustainability reporting. Accounting >>> read more

Carrots & Sticks for Better Corporate Sustainability Reporting

Source: UNEP, 6 October 2006

The harmonization of voluntary standards and mandatory regulation will lead to higher quality and more useful corporate sustainability reporting, according to new research released here today. “Carrots and Sticks for Starters,” a joint report from the United Nations Environment Programme >>> read more

GRI new rules aim to boost responsible reporting

Source: Reuters, 4 October 2006

Companies and organisations will get a new and simpler "score card" to measure their social and environmental impact when the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) kicks off a major conference this week. Backed by former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore as well >>> read more

The Russian Sustainability Reporting Awards

Source: PWC, 22 September 2006

The Russian Sustainability Reporting Awards, organised by audit and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, is held in conjunction with The European Awards for Sustainability Reporting. The Russian competition is co-organised along with PricewaterhouseCoopers by the rating agency Expert RA, the Institute of >>> read more

G3 Guidelines approved for release

Source: Global Reporting Initiative, 25 July 2006

The Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Board of Directors unanimously approved the G3 Guidelines last week, indicating an on-schedule progress for the Guidelines’ international release, which will mark new era in the evolution of both the GRI and sustainability reporting. The >>> read more