CSR / Sustainability reporting requires input from various aspects of your organization. To fully complete a Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), UN Global Compact (UNGC), Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) or any other CSR / Sustainability frameworks, you need data from various groups to pull together energy, water, freight, GHG emissions natural resource consumption and costs. Reporting protects your brand, creates insight into environmental sustainability activities and allows you to drive transparency.
Value and Business Case:
- Increased operational efficiency and waste reduction
- Enhance your corporate reputation and brand equity
- Implementing a sustainable resilience prepares for climate change
- Improve transparency about corporate performance
- Continually reduce use of natural resources improve operational performance
Your stakeholders want information to learn more about your business operations. By releasing a sustainability report or simply running a sustainability program, can provide insight into how your business depends on the environment, natural resources and the long-term impact your will have on your community.
Are you recognizing?
- Investors are now asking for sustainability disclosures
- Customers are interested in your social responsibility
- Employees look to be employed by environmental conscious companies
Ways to handle this:
- Replace the frustration of circulating Excel to multiple groups and people
- SharePoint only goes so far to automate your qualitative and quantitative results
- Find technology, like CSRware, to reach those individuals add data to one location
What does climate change mean to you?
- Sea level rising adds risk your supply chain resources
- Air pollution impacts consumers health and safety
- Your consumers ask questions about environmental footprint