Economist: Global Trends In Sustainability Performance Management
Monday, 17 May, 2010
In just over ten years, corporate sustainability reporting has shifted from voluntary to the vital.
This white paper examines the new world of sustainability reporting, and the complex web of stakeholders— governments, customers, NGOs, employees, suppliers and even the companies themselves.
It focuses, in particular, on the demands for new kinds of transparency. As a result, benchmarks of corporate performance are changing drastically. Cap-and-trade programmes, for example, are already forcing new emission limits in Europe, with similar programmes nearing completion in other developed countries.
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