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The field of sustainability reporting is entering a significant phase of transformation that has the potential to set direction for disclosure over the next decade and more. BSR has developed a perspective to guide engagement in dialogue about the future of reporting.
The world of sustainability reporting after COVID-19 will be very different than the world that preceded it. What should change?
BSR has observed several trends emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic and compared them with best practices on reporting. We are sharing these insights here to assist company sustainability teams as they strive to keep stakeholders informed—despite, in many cases, the reality of limited time and diminished resources.
It was heartening to see many new initiatives and announcements in the run up to and throughout the week at Davos 2020. One that deserves specific attention is the effort to create a single ESG reporting and disclosure framework.
In December, Uber published its first-ever U.S. Safety Report, sharing the company’s approach to serious safety incidents—such as injuries, fatalities, and sexual assault or misconduct—and describing its recent safety investments. Uber deserves praise for voluntarily reporting on these important challenges, and its publication provides important lessons for other companies on the value of reporting.
Here are the five innovations that BSR's Future of Reporting collaborative initiative would like to see improve reporting and disclosure in 2019.
These are the five innovations that we would like to see improve sustainability reporting and disclosure in 2019.
Everything you need to know about implementing the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
Businesses should approach TCFD recommendation implementation not merely as a disclosure exercise, but as an important opportunity to enhance their strategic resilience.
Throughout our recent discussions with sustainability reporting leaders, we were struck by sharply divided opinions on these three questions.
This briefing document offers insights about the future of sustainability reporting from those who are closest to it.
We sat down with GRI's Tim Mohin and SASB's Jean Rogers to discuss the relationship between the organizations’ standards and how they can be used in combination.