Sustainability Reporting 101

January 5, 2017 Allison Schweizer

Sustainability Reporting 101

Employees, customers and investors are asking for increased corporate transparency. Sustainability reporting has become the standard way to communicate companies’ sustainability goal, initiatives and performance against goals. Increasingly, companies with aggressive goals and performance in these areas perform better financially. Sustainability frameworks have evolved in order to compare apples to apples, and see corporate performance compared to their peers.

Why report to a sustainability framework?

Which reporting framework is right for each company?

We broke down the top four reporting frameworks to help untangle the acronym alphabet soup and highlight available options.

Check out the full infographic here.

Sustainability reporting Frameworks



















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