Those in the corporate world who provide sustainability transparency do so under the definition that closely matches their own priorities and values. If your company is in the early stages of establishing sustainability strategies and sustainability reporting, it will more than likely be at the compliance end of the spectrum, such as emissions.
Instead, sustainability reporting should be considered as the lens that external parties use to scrutinize organizations on everything beyond financial performance. Organizations need to understand the importance of this kind of transparency to their stakeholders and other interested parties. Even more importantly, they need to be aware of materiality as the new paradigm of sustainability reporting and the significant benefits that it brings.
This guide covers the need, preparation and improvement opportunities associated with sustainability reporting initiatives.
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