REPORTING: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
This section is built for all business owners who want to comply with sustainability reporting guidelines and respond to the demand for transparency and trust*
*according to ISO 26000 Corporate Responsibility, GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines and the new Corporate Social Responsibility Directive (CSRD)
Reporting signals a responsible organization, open and honest with its stakeholders
The report allows all stakeholders to get a much wider picture of your organization than from the traditional financial report.
Enhances transparency on what you are doing to advance the sustainable development framework
Compliance with the new CSR Directive (CSRD) and Non Financial Reporting Standards
QUICK FACTS AND NUMBERS
80% of Fortune Global 500 companies use Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards
67% of investors care more about advancing social and environmental causes
73% of millennials are willing to pay more for trustful ethically-sourced products
THE SECRET OF A SUCCESSFUL REPORT IS GOING BEYOND JUST COMPLIANCE
Reporting scope -> focused on your value chain
Performance indicators -> transparency on entire capital
Dominant driver -> strategic, holistic, future oriented model
Trend -> quality over quantity plus humanizing data
Reporting data -> concise and material
Report -> digital, easy to share
NEW: THE DOUBLE MATERIALITY
Double materiality recognizes that companies and financial institutions must manage and take responsibility for the actual and potential adverse impacts of their decisions on people, society and the environment.
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING ROADMAP
STEP 1: Develop a Reporting Plan
STEP 2: Engage stakeholders
STEP 3: Select the material issues
STEP 4: Develop the narrative
STEP 5: Develop the data
STEP 6: Provide assurance
HAVING GREAT SUSTAINABILITY REPORTS
copper & molybdenum combine
A sustainability report is an integral part of the reputation of the company, its commitment [..] its face.
Roman Khudoli - CEO ZCMC
Sweden & Asia
textile, packaging and eco products
We extend our gratitude to our consultant, Corina Radu, for her invaluable assistance in the composition of this report.
Jonas Wollin - Owner Rudholm Group Holding AB
THE CSR Directive
What does it mean?
stronger transparency requirements
big companies (over 150 Mio EUR) in EU and outside EU must comply
almost 50.000 companies mandatory to report (11.000 already started), stock listed or not
What is the implementation timeline?
End 2024 for all companies already reporting on the "old" standards
End 2025 for companies exceeding at least two of the following criteria: more than 250 employees; a turnover of more than €40 million; or, total assets of €20 million
End 2026 for all stock listed companies
Get ready for your ESG Reporting:
Book Your Report Call Now!
In this 60 minutes Report Call we will cover:
Your readiness for reporting according to GRI requirements