GRI works with IIRC and leading companies to eliminate reporting confusion

Source: , 12 January 2017

Sustainability disclosure provides a broader view of a company’s performance than financial disclosure alone. When used in integrated reporting, it can reveal value creation across six capitals: financial, manufactured, intellectual, human, social and relationship and natural. ​Powered by a unique >>> read more

Top tips to cut the crap in reporting

Source: , 10 January 2017

In the last decade, transparency and corporate reporting progressed tremendously, allowing society access to performance information that is usually not available in financial reports. Sustainability (or non-financial) reporting enable stakeholders – like investors, regulators, employees, NGOs, communities, partners, etc. – >>> read more

CSR Report Narratives and Analyst Forecast Accuracy

Source: Springer, 4 January 2017

Standalone corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports vary considerably in the content of information released due to their voluntary nature. In a scientific study (by Volkan Muslu, Sunay Mutlu, Suresh Radhakrishnan and Albert Tsang) a disclosure score has been developed based on the tone, readability, length, >>> read more

What you need to know about GRI standards

Source: GreenBiz.Com, 31 December 2016

The transition to Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards from GRI G4 feels daunting. Many past GRI reporters may wonder whether their organizations will be able to report in accordance with the GRI standards. Following are some changes to consider when transitioning >>> read more

Why ESG reporting still matters to U.S. investors

Source: GreenBiz.Com, 27 December 2016

Based on conversations BSR has had with investors and finance industry partners, companies should know that a change of administration in Washington will not affect the fundamental trends driving environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing. In the short term, businesses >>> read more