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The Integrated Reporting of Financial, Social and Sustainability Capitals

An excerpt from my latest paper, entitled, “The Integrated Reporting of Financial, Social and Sustainability Capitals: A Critical Review and Appraisal” that will be published by the International Journal of Sustainable Society (this journal is indexed in Scopus). 2,248 more words
Corporate Sustainability And Responsibility

The conceptual developments that paved the way for Integrated Reporting

The International Integrated Reporting Council’s <IR> Framework’s broader view of value creation and its multiple capital concept calls for an enhanced stewardship of the organisations’ capitals; whilst promoting a better understanding of the interdependencies between the capitals (IIRC, 2013, p.8). 2,083 more words

Corporate Sustainability And Responsibility

6 elements of a killer CSR report

Disclosure is so hot rn. According to a 2015 Deloitte report, more and more companies are voluntarily reporting on non-financial figures year over year. They see it as an opportunity to promote transparency, celebrate wins and show progress against environmental and social goals. 901 more words

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Materiality, Sustainable Development Goals and Our 2030 Sustainability Strategy

By Amie Shuttleworth

With the release of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in January 2016, and the marking of the fifth anniversary of Cundall’s Sustainability Road Map, we, have been conducting a review of our long-term sustainability goals. 932 more words

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Traditional Companies' Dilemma in the Transition to Sustainable Business

NRG’s former CEO David Crane wrote a very thought-provoking piece on how it is never easy for traditional non-green companies such as that of a coal company to become green overnight. 510 more words


#SustyNews: New GRI standards Online Course

According to the GRI website, the GRI Standards Exam will replace the G4 Exam from July 2017.

This is consistent with the transition from the G4 Guidelines to… 349 more words


Sustainability and SMEs

In Singapore, SMEs take up a majority share of the economy. Over 90% of the businesses are SMEs. Back in 2015 The UN developed a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for all countries in the aim of curbing poverty, inequalities and climate change worldwide. 197 more words