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Corporate responsibility reporting 2011 trends

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A short presentation on the 2011 trends, issues and highlights in global corporate sustainability and corporate responsibility reporting. Looking at how sustainability reporting is evolving, leading sectors, issues coming up the agenda and the outlook around integrated reporting.

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Corporate responsibility reporting 2011 trends

  1. 1. Toby Webb, Founder/Chairman, Ethical Corporation, CEO and Founder, Stakeholder Intelligence Ltd 15-16 November 2011. Ethical Corporation Annual Reporting & Communications Conference, London Sustainability reporting: 2011 Highlights
  2. 2. Reporting in 2011: Headlines  A good time to be a corporate sustainability and responsibility reporting expert? It seems that way...  96% 250 largest companies report on on E&S performance. Increase: 16% since 2008  83 percent of the top 100 U.S. companies report (2008 = 74%)  Reputation major driver, Ethics second  95% of Global Fortune 250 (G250) reports CR activity
  3. 3. Reporting in 2011: Headlines  50% of companies say gaining financial value as a result  US 'global leader'? Scale of economy means US firms using GRI make up 10% of total  More than 1,800 companies worldwide prepared reports using the GRI framework in 2010, up 22% from 09 (GRI)  GRI says 2,200 companies worldwide to work on GRI-based reports in 2011  That’s from 45,000 publicly listed companies world-wide: A rise of 400 per year…
  4. 4. Business case and sector improvements  Bigger companies twice as likely to report as those with revenues under $1 billion  48% of Top 100 companies claim cost savings through CR initiatives  47% say increased revenues and/or their position in the current market through CR measures  Best performing sectors for CR reporting: Forestry, pulp and paper (84%), mining (84% and automotive (78%)  Greatest improvement since '08: Construction (65% in 2011 from 32% '08) and Pharmaceuticals (64% from 25% in '08)
  5. 5. Issues coming up the agenda  Water and Carbon high on reporting agenda: CDP to report corporate survey results on water December 2011  Ethical Corporation research shows large companies pushing transparency and data requirements into Tier One suppliers: Energy, Carbon, Water top areas of interest  Microsoft (‘11) and Wal-Mart (‘09) notable cases. SEDEX and the Fair Factories Clearinghouse seeing rise in data flowing in from both suppliers and brands  2011: World Resources Institute and World Business Council on Sustainable Development released biz standards to measure, report & manage carbon emissions in supply chains and throughout product life cycles through Greenhouse Gas Protocol
  6. 6. Issues coming up the agenda  Integrated reporting on the rise. Some say it's investor driven.  International Integrated Reporting Committee framework for integrated reporting: Aims to unite standards for financial reporting (IFRS and US GAAP) with GRI  40 company pilot scheme for 12 months to apply draft principles: Coca-Cola Co, Microsoft Corp, Volvo, Deloitte & HSBC  Is there a danger that integrated reporting will water down sustainability reporting?... To be discussed. Sources: KPMG surveys, BNA Daily Environment Report, Ethical Corporation
  7. 7. Issues coming up the agenda  Integrated reporting on the rise. Some say it's investor driven.  International Integrated Reporting Committee framework for integrated reporting: Aims to unite standards for financial reporting (IFRS and US GAAP) with GRI  40 company pilot scheme for 12 months to apply draft principles: Coca-Cola Co, Microsoft Corp, Volvo, Deloitte & HSBC  Is there a danger that integrated reporting will water down sustainability reporting?... To be discussed. Sources: KPMG surveys, BNA Daily Environment Report, Ethical Corporation

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