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June 18, 2013
For years, some major tech companies have published voluntary law enforcement reports, which have been criticized for methodological shortcomings. Following revelations of the PRISM program, however, these reports have played a critical role in shaping and informing the debate on government surveillance in the digital age.
May 14, 2013
"Build it, and they will come"—and other myths of using social media for sustainability communications.
April 25, 2013
As a number of new integrated reporting guidelines hit the market this year, companies should take this moment to reflect on overall reporting models and think strategically about where they want to take them.
March 22, 2013
Microsoft’s first report on how it has responded to requests from law-enforcement agencies is a positive move in transparency, building on reports by Google and Twitter. It also poses an important question for society: What is the proper relationship among law enforcement, private companies, and privacy?
March 21, 2013
In this guest blog, we hear from the Global Reporting Initiative about the three I's in sustainability—information, integration, and innovation—and get a sneak peak at the changes in GRI's new G4 reporting guidelines, which will be launched at their May 2013 conference in Amsterdam.
March 20, 2013
Economic, regulatory, and customer pressure are growing on the ocean shipping industry to improve environmental performance—and the industry is responding, as demonstrated by the regular improvements in Clean Cargo Working Group data discussed at theTrans-Pacific Maritime Conference.
March 11, 2013
By improving reporting on corporate diversity, companies can discover new sources of competitive advantage in today's global, interconnected, and challenging business environment.
February 20, 2013
Financial services companies can help lead the transition to a low-carbon economy, and more are now managing greenhouse gas emissions in their value chains. But exactly how, when, and why should financial services companies measure and report on "financed emissions"?