The London Stock Exchange Group recently published guidance for companies on how to report environmental, social and governance (ESG) information to meet investor demand for better data. The aim of the guidance is “to close the ESG guidance gap”.
Category: Sustainability Reporting
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has released an update to its reporting standards, replacing the previous reporting structure, G4.
Congratulations to BT Group for ranking first in this year’s Sustainability Reporting Performance of the FTSE 100 research. Marks and Spencer Group (M&S) scored a very close second, missing the top spot by one percentage point. Both of these companies really pave the way in terms of climate change best practice with holistic and extensive approaches to … Continued
The Sustainability Reporting Performance of the FTSE 100 is an annual research report that has been published for the past six years. Companies use it, alongside CDP and Dow Jones Sustainability Index, as a benchmark for how well they are publicly reporting.
The announcement today that the UK is likely to ratify the Paris climate deal this year means that we need to think about how those targets become national policies, and the role that businesses must take in reducing carbon emissions and managing their environmental impacts. With that in mind, we are excited to be launching our … Continued
Many of us in the sustainability sector are in the middle of a busy sustainability and carbon reporting cycle be it for regulatory purposes – such as the CRC, MGHGR or one of numerous disclosure and ranking schemes – such as DJSI, FTSE4Good, GRESB, CDP, or perhaps for our own public reporting purposes. For many … Continued