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Sustainability reporting: a best practiceND
The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, Fall Issue 2018
The reporting process and the resulting report has become essential for strategic decision-making, enabling stronger long-term planning, stakeholder relations, and data-driven insights. And as disclosure becomes more popular, reports become more sophisticated (and useful). According to the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship’s State of Corporate Citizenship 2017, executives appreciate the value of corporate citizenship reporting and are continuing to increase their investment in it. According to the report, more than 40 per cent of executives reported that their companies issued a report, and more than 65 per cent reported they plan to grow these investments. In addition to the business benefits, it is also fast becoming a legal requirement to report ESG metrics. In France, nonfinancial reporting requirements have been in place since 2015, and in Denmark, since 2009. Across the board, the clear trend is toward greater transparency in both financial and nonfinancial dimensions.
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