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SAP's Chief Sustainability Officer Peter Graf outlines the 5 steps behind an effective integrated report.
This week Royal Dutch Shell released its 2012 Sustainability Report, which focuses on the environment and social issues around the world.
The challenges of identifying an organization’s “social footprint” are many, but businesses cannot ignore the effects their operations have on people.
More organizations, not just companies, are embracing integrated reporting, which is a plus for sustainability and transparency.
2012 was an eventful year for myself and GreenGoPost.com, and I will continue my focus on sustainability and CSR; not to mention regions like the Middle East and the Balkans.
Information, not platitudes and pictures, reign in the best of the best: the top 10 CSR reports of 2012.
Recently I wrapped up the time I spent reviewing the Global Reporting Initiative’s upcoming annual sustainability report.
Can sustainability metrics help steer business on a sustainable source? Much work needs to be done for the planet to remain viable for future generations.
Microsoft's most recent corporate social responsibility report highlights its citizenship efforts on the environment, human rights and community work.
Sustainability reporting may be a big winner of this week’s UN Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro. Paragraph 47 of Rio+20’s outcome document outlines the importance of organizations’ commitment to sustainability reporting.
Etisalat, the Dubai-based telecommunications giant, has revealed that it will launch sustainability reporting standards in the Middle East and Asia.
Several of the Pacific Northwest’s most iconic companies are leaders in disclosing information related to environmental, social and governance performance. Learn more at a GRI certification course on June 11-12 in Seattle.