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Integrated Reporting Framework

July 11th, 2014, No Comments

Source: The Guardian
The release of the International Integrated Reporting Framework by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) is intended to make a tangible contribution to building a stronger, more financially stable economy, and a more sustainable planet. Development of the Framework has been a collaborative, market-led activity and is the result [...]

Tips for Building a Business Case for Sustainability

June 20th, 2014, No Comments

By: Tiffany Richmond
I stumbled across this article on the Sustainability Learning Center website that I thought was great summary of items companies should focus on when building the business case for sustainability. Here’s a summary of the article’s key points.
Tips on building a business case for sustainability:

Meet your team “where they are”. If they are [...]

What Is The Business Case For Sustainability?

May 8th, 2014, No Comments

Source: Verdanix
The recently published book by Andrew Winston, The Big Pivot, provides an easy-to-read summary of the current state of corporate sustainability strategies, mostly in consumer markets. For those in the field, the example firms will be all too familiar: BT, Interface, Nike, Patagonia, PUMA, Seventh Generation, Unilever, etc. They constantly pop up in the [...]

4 Steps to Deliver the “Whole Sustainability Package”

March 26th, 2014, No Comments

Source: GreenBiz
1. Benchmarks and Metrics
In order to accomplish sustainability goals in multiple facility locations, it is critical to research and develop benchmarks into easily understandable checklists so that you end up with uniform results throughout the company. You also need to simultaneously track metrics in order to measure success. To do this, you must find [...]

4 Top Sustainability Reporting Trends for 2014

March 6th, 2014, No Comments

Source: Green Biz
For most companies work on 2013 sustainability reports are well underway. But it’s not too late to take stock and assess whether you’re giving enough consideration to four major issues: materiality, conflict minerals, social compliance in supply chains and reporting requirements in emerging market stock markets.

Focus on Materiality

The leading sustainability reporting frameworks (GRI, [...]