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Sustainability Reporting ... (at last !)

The European Parliament passed a Law requiring major businesses (publicly-traded with more than 500 employees) to report on non-financial indicators. In short, businesses now must report on Sustainability Indicators – social, environmental and human rights impact, diversity and anti-corruption policies. 290 more words

Corporate Responsibility

Understanding the Sustainability Meaning in a Developing Society

“Anything else you’re interested in is not going to happen if you can’t breathe the air and drink the water. Don’t sit this one out. Do something” – Carl Sagan… 515 more words

Sustainable Development

The Importance of Environmental Sustainability in the Society

We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children – Chief Seattle

This saying is one of the best ways to explain the concept of sustainability. 481 more words

Sustainable Development In India

Ernst Ligteringen to step down as CEO at GRI

Sustainablity Reporting Pioneer

Ernst Ligteringen is to step down as chief executive at the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)  by the middle of 2015.

“During his tenure, the number of organizations producing sustainability reports has increased from a handful of pioneers into the thousands, of which over 75% refer to the GRI Guidelines. 184 more words

Allen & York

How Society can Progress with Green Business Idea

The fate of the living planet is the most important issue facing mankind – Gaylord Nelson

These lines are extremely true, as indeed we have reached a point where more than anything else, we need to worry about the dismal condition of the environment. 478 more words

Green Business Idea

‘Green’ Public Relations – Rising above the green noise

South Africa’s growing population continues to place ever-more pressure on our country’s scarce resources, demanding that government, companies and individuals become more environmentally-conscious.

This is evident in a raft of new ‘green’ legislation from government, as well as existing and new companies joining the ‘green’ economy to provide environmentally-friendlier products and services to a rapidly growing number of ‘green’ consumers who are, according to businessdictionary.com, “mindful of environment-related issues and obligations, and is supportive of environmental causes to the extent of switching allegiance from one product or supplier to another even if it entails higher cost”. 440 more words