Sustainability reporting key to stakeholders.

Sustainability Reporting

Your company’s impact, contribution and how it conducts itself to the preservation and wellbeing of the environment and society (Environmental, Social and Governance) ESG or (Economic, Environmental and Social) EES now plays a key role more than ever before in the decisions made by stakeholders.

Sustainability Reporting

Your company’s impact, contribution and how it conducts itself to the preservation and wellbeing of the environment and society (Environmental, Social and Governance) ESG or (Economic, Environmental and Social) EES now plays a key role more than ever before in the decisions made by stakeholders.

3 types of Sustainability Reporting

Sustainability reporting key to stakeholders.
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SUSTAINABILITY SECTION WITH AN ANNUAL REPORT

Advantages: This option is the easiest to implement, is best suited for companies that are still new at sustainability reporting, have a small sustainability program or have limited resources.

Disadvantages / Challenges: Being part of the Annual Report means that the Sustainability Report is just another section in a report that has a different purpose and objective. The focus and attention that the Sustainability Report requires / deserves is not there and therefore the advantages and value of integrating sustainability into the company and its DNA is lost on stakeholders/investors.

the sustainability report can be a dedicated report on its own.
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DEDICATED SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

Advantages: Shows the company’s commitment to sustainability to stakeholders and potential investors. It also allows for the sharing of more details and makes it easier for stakeholders to find the information that they are interested in such as processes, data, results, progression etc.

Disadvantages / Challenges: Requires real commitment to sustainability from the company to generate a reasonable amount of content with value to justify a separate report on Sustainability.

the sustainability report can be part of an integrated report.
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PART OF AN INTEGRATED REPORT

Advantages: Really demonstrates the company’s commitment to sustainability greater than that seen through a dedicated Sustainability Report. It also reinforces how sustainability it is at the core of the business and it’s DNA.

Disadvantages / Challenges: Does require a very high level of commitment to not just sustainability but also to integrated reporting and thinking.

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