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July 23, 2012
Faced with stricter product requirements and higher expectations from diverse stakeholders including consumers, L’Oréal China produced three reports that focused on increased communication and interaction with audiences in China.
May 31, 2012
The CFO serves as the great reality check on corporate initiatives, capable of reducing grand intentions to sobering data. And that is why she can also be a CSO or CSR leader's best friend. Here are six priority areas that can form the basis for a lasting friendship.
May 29, 2012
Sustainability reporting has the potential to dramatically improve your company's sustainability strategy--especially if you report well on that strategy itself. What sounds like circular logic is actually a virtuous circle. Learn the common shortcomings in communicating about sustainability strategy, and read five tips on ensuring excellence.
March 6, 2012
Calls for transparency are sweeping across China. This article—the second in our series that also looked at transparency in the private sector—examines how a more open flow of information about nonprofits’ activities and impacts can help companies identify good partners for addressing sustainability challenges.
January 24, 2012
In the first of our two-part series on transparency in China, we examine what the future of sustainability reporting looks like for companies operating in China, and how business can support higher-quality reporting as Chinese organizations become more transparent. In a future edition of the Insight, we’ll look at the transparency trends for NGOs.
October 25, 2011
Value chain management of GHG emissions took a step forward with the launch of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol’s Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Accounting and Reporting Standard earlier this month. This article explores the most important new features of this game-changing development and what they mean for business.
October 4, 2011
The International Integrated Reporting Committee has issued its vision for a new integrated reporting framework. With this development, we consider key questions about potential changes: Which comes first, integrated thinking or integrated reporting? Who determines materiality? How much focus should be on the future? And how will accountability for reporting change?