Sustainability reporting, alternatively known as CSR reporting, is the annual process whereby companies - public, private; large and small - report on their sustainability performance. Reports typically cover social, environmental, economic and ethical performance and incorporate information on a company's environmental impact or carbon footprint, staff satisfaction, community investment etc. As the climate change and governance debates heat up, sustainability reporting is becoming increasingly important as a tool companies can use to demonstrate accountability to their stakeholders. These articles provide a snapshot of sustainability reporting and the various reporting standards under ongoing development.
CSR expert views
Views from the field
- Innovation in CSR reporting - ACCA experts speculate about what organisations will be reporting on and how they will be reporting in 2016.
CSR & sustainability reporting
- Article 13's qualified team advices and supports a diverse range of business at all stages of the sustainability reporting cycle.
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