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  • We have 6 years practice, have learned a lot and some things just don’t work anymore Undertaken a review of all indicators and data elements for relevance and utility Many stakeholders: staff; Executive; PRP; Board; partners; others

@GRIAusConf_Driving innovation in sustainability reporting - Stephen Driscoll @GRIAusConf_Driving innovation in sustainability reporting - Stephen Driscoll Presentation Transcript

  • Driving innovation insustainability reporting.Chair: Eszter Vitorino Füleky, Network Relations Manager,Global Reporting Initiative.Stephen Driscoll, Director Sustainability & Policy;Development Director rouse Hill, LandcomGeoff Miller, General Manager, Standard Business Reporting Division,Commonwealth TreasuryAnna Skarbek, executive Director Climate Works
  • Driving innovation through sustainability reportingStephen DriscollSustainability & PolicyAustralian GRI Conference, 27 March 2012
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