Reporting on social and environmental performance is now standard practice in business wherever in the world a company operates
Reporting on social and environmental performance is now standard practice in business...
Reporting on environmental and social performance is now standard practice in business wherever in the world you may operate. The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2013 found that almost three quarters of the top companies across 41 countries now issue corporate responsibility/sustainability reports. That figure rises to 93 percent among the world’s largest 250 companies.
Stakeholders, from investors to NGOs, want to know that a company has identified its most significant environmental and social risks and impacts, and is addressing them effectively. They also need to know that the information provided by a company is accurate, credible and can be trusted.
Momentum is also building towards integrated reporting, which provides a holistic overview of an organization’s financial and non-financial performance.
KPMG professionals can help your organization to:
KPMG’s thought leadership provides insights on the most important trends in sustainability and business responses to environmental and social change.