CSR Reporting by S&P 100 Companies Shows Improvement in 2009

Source: Institutionalshareowner.com, 2 January 2010

Two recently commissioned reports by the Social Investment Forum chart the progress of corporate social responsibility reporting, both in the US and emerging markets.

Two reports from the Social Investment Forum (SIF) provide important updates on the status of corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting, both among the S&P 100 companies headquartered in the US, and among the 100 largest companies in ten emerging markets.

The first, entitled S&P 100 Sustainability Reporting Comparison, was commissioned by the Sustainable Investment Research Analyst Network (SIRAN), a network of investment research analysts and a SIF working group.

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