Carbon disclosure: the new state of play

Source: Huffington Post, 29 April 2016

When we started the Carbon Disclosure Project (now known as CDP) over fifteen years ago, the term disclosure was barely used in relation to climate change. Today, a major effort is underway to establish a global framework for climate-related financial >>> read more

SEC Disclosure Project Takes Sustainability Bent

Source: Bloomberg Briefs, 29 April 2016

U.S. securities regulators are taking a fresh look at environmental, social and governance information included in corporate filings, after receiving feedback that current disclosures on areas such as climate-change and political spending may be insufficient. In a 340-page concept release >>> read more

North American Sustainability Reporting Trends Released

Source: , 20 April 2016

The Centre for Sustainability & Excellence recently concluded a comprehensive study that reviewed 415 sustainability-corporate responsibility reports publicly reported in 2015 by companies in North America.  This project specifically examined reporting standards/guidelines and external assurance practices most commonly used to >>> read more

Integrated reporting: measurement matters

Source: SalterBaxter, 18 April 2016

Everyone’s talking about integrated reporting. But not everyone has realised that there’s a new divide opening up within the integrated reporting movement. It seems clear to us that the integrated reporters who show, rather than tell (and use the lens >>> read more