Global Sustainability Reporting – a 21stCentury Value Proposition for Your Association                               Fred ...
The growing impact of             sustainability among                  EU associations                                   ...
World is changingSustainability is one of the defining issuesof our time
Holistic Sustainability                          4
Trend. Sustainability 2.0Transition to Mainstream                            5
The transition towards mainstreamingsustainability                   • 93% say critical to their   Strategic CEO     Succe...
Innovative Companies Focus on Sustainability Innovative companies are embracing sustainability “as a new means to profit” ...
Sustainability is Important to Customers  End consumers as well as business  and government customers are  increasingly dr...
Sustainability Changes Reporting Critical role that innovative, leading- edge technologies play to advance sustainability ...
Staying Thought Leaders & becoming         AGENTS of CHANGE?
Sustainability: The New Building Block ofSuccessful Associations                       Governance                       & ...
EU Associations & Sustainability:A Different Context -   A strong policy push in Europe -   An overcrowded regulatory & st...
But Europe is fragmentedThe European Union: 493 million people – 27 countries                                             ...
EU Associations & Sustainability:What do they do? -   Increased pressure to report -   From reactive to pro-active regulat...
Sustainability & US associationsA 2nd chance for global leadership  -   Europe leads on sustainability concepts  -   But t...
Thank you
ICMM: Mining, sustainability,and reportingAnthony Hodge, Ph.D., P. Eng., PresidentAmerican Society of Association Executiv...
ICMM at a glance                CEO led        31                           Association               20 member    members...
ICMM member companies                             Australia                                    Norway     BHP Billiton    ...
Where does ICMM come from?4                                www.icmm.com
Where do we come from?          4 regional reports          23 global workshops          175 research projects          50...
ICMM member commitments    10 principles for sustainable development          6 position statements     1.   Implement eth...
Delivering on the commitments    Robust entry criteria   Clear performance   Reporting... and       and process           ...
Key to effective applied sustainability    Addressing the    business process...                          .....as much as ...
Collaboration, inevitably more in the future, not less                                  A risk assessment framework for re...
Transition to Sustainable Development     “4” + “5 (Excellent),” All Stakeholders, 2007–2010                              ...
Looking Forward (1 of 2)        1          Increasing public concerns about:               Climate                        ...
Looking Forward (2 of 2):               Intensifying political struggles over       2       distribution of resource rents...
Growing pressure on disclosure and responsibility        Extractive Industries            Transparency          Dodd-Frank...
The value proposition of reporting on sustainability                       Respect and                         integrity  ...
ICMM at a glance                ICMM Vision                                       Fundamental implication         leading ...
For further informationplease contact:Anthony Hodge Ph.D., P. Eng. Presidentwww.icmm.com                                  ...
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Sustainability Reporting A 21st Century Value Prop for Your Assn

  1. 1. Global Sustainability Reporting – a 21stCentury Value Proposition for Your Association Fred Soudain, Public Affairs Director, MCI Group Anthony Hodge, President, ICMM Tom Cecich, ASSE Board of Directors, VP Council Professional Affairs Mike Wallace, Director, Focal Point USA (GRI) Z D d
  2. 2. The growing impact of sustainability among EU associations ASAE Panel SessionGlobal Sustainability Reporting – A 21st Century Value Proposition for Your Association Sunday 7th August 2011 - Fred Soudain, MCI PA Director
  3. 3. World is changingSustainability is one of the defining issuesof our time
  4. 4. Holistic Sustainability 4
  5. 5. Trend. Sustainability 2.0Transition to Mainstream 5
  6. 6. The transition towards mainstreamingsustainability • 93% say critical to their Strategic CEO Success Priority • UNGC Accenture Report • Big brands Walmart, Nike, HP, IBM Supply Chain measuring & ranking suppliers Revolution Changing • 76% buy green products (Eur & US) Consumer • All brands developing more Behaviour sustainable products
  7. 7. Innovative Companies Focus on Sustainability Innovative companies are embracing sustainability “as a new means to profit” - Redesign of business models - Product design protocols - Production, inventory and distribution methods 7
  8. 8. Sustainability is Important to Customers End consumers as well as business and government customers are increasingly driving a company’s strategy for developing sustainable products and services 8
  9. 9. Sustainability Changes Reporting Critical role that innovative, leading- edge technologies play to advance sustainability Role of reporting crucial 9
  10. 10. Staying Thought Leaders & becoming AGENTS of CHANGE?
  11. 11. Sustainability: The New Building Block ofSuccessful Associations Governance & Reporting Talent Products & Services IT AFFECTS Event & Education Office Op. Communication 11
  12. 12. EU Associations & Sustainability:A Different Context - A strong policy push in Europe - An overcrowded regulatory & standards environment (60 out 142) - Not necessarily more compulsory schemes - Next decade perceived as “critical” in the EU - EU is a “big open sky think tank on sustainability” Sustainability is strongly link to Public Affairs in Europe 2
  13. 13. But Europe is fragmentedThe European Union: 493 million people – 27 countries Member states of the European Union Candidate countries
  14. 14. EU Associations & Sustainability:What do they do? - Increased pressure to report - From reactive to pro-active regulatory advocacy - Communicating “sustainability” credentials (PA Content) - More and more Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) - promoting exchange of best practice between country based associations The EU associations landscape: No more than 30 associations are role model in sustainability strategy and deployment 2
  15. 15. Sustainability & US associationsA 2nd chance for global leadership - Europe leads on sustainability concepts - But too fragmented for creating global solutions - US associations can learn on the link “Public Affairs & Sustainability” - … But are better shaped for creating the “new building block” (Governance, Products & Services, Talent, Edcuation) http://lessconversationmoreaction.com/about/ 2
  16. 16. Thank you
  17. 17. ICMM: Mining, sustainability,and reportingAnthony Hodge, Ph.D., P. Eng., PresidentAmerican Society of Association Executives, 7 August 2011
  18. 18. ICMM at a glance CEO led 31 Association 20 member members companies Over 800 sites in 62 countries2 www.icmm.com
  19. 19. ICMM member companies Australia Norway BHP Billiton Hydro South Africa Vale Brazil African Rainbow Minerals AngloGold Ashanti Canada Barrick Gold Fields Goldcorp Switzerland Teck Xstrata China United Kingdom MMG Anglo American Lonmin Areva France Rio Tinto Japan Mitsubishi Materials United States JX Nippon Mining & Metals Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Sumitomo Metal Mining Newmont3 www.icmm.com
  20. 20. Where does ICMM come from?4 www.icmm.com
  21. 21. Where do we come from? 4 regional reports 23 global workshops 175 research projects 50,000 people involved5 www.icmm.com
  22. 22. ICMM member commitments 10 principles for sustainable development 6 position statements 1. Implement ethical business practices Mining and Protected Areas and apply good corporate governance Mining: Partnerships for 2. Integrate SD in corporate decision- making Development 3. Uphold fundamental human rights Climate Change 4. Manage risks based on sound science Mining and Indigenous Peoples 5/6. Improve environment, health and safety Mercury Risk Management performance continuously Transparency of Mineral 7. Conserve biodiversity & conduct integrated Revenues land use planning 8. Apply materials and product stewardship 9. Contribute to community development 10. Publicly report, independently assure and engage openly and transparently6 www.icmm.com
  23. 23. Delivering on the commitments Robust entry criteria Clear performance Reporting... and and process expectations redress?7 www.icmm.com
  24. 24. Key to effective applied sustainability Addressing the business process... .....as much as its substance8 www.icmm.com
  25. 25. Collaboration, inevitably more in the future, not less A risk assessment framework for relations between EI companies and public and private security providers to ensure respect for human rights Multi- stake- holder initiatives Verification/publication of company payments and government revenues from EI sector. Civil society involvement to increase government accountability Mandatory principles, reporting and third party assuranceIndustry-led NGO calls to further toughen reporting & governance requirementsinitiatives IFC Performance standards: ‘do no harm’ social and environmental safeguardsGov’t / European Multi- Equator principles. Financial industry benchmark for social & environmental riskinter- Stakeholder assessment and management in project financing Forum on CSRgov’tinitiatives Dodd-Frank Act. Reporting requirements for companies that source minerals from US government the DRC; health and safety performance of coal companies; disclosure of payments to governments9 www.icmm.com
  26. 26. Transition to Sustainable Development “4” + “5 (Excellent),” All Stakeholders, 2007–2010 42 ICMM member companies 38 32 Forest 21 27 Mining 22 20 Electrical utilities 2010 17 19 Packaging 14 2007 15 Chemical 16 14 Oil & Gas 18 ICMM members’ better performance is evidence that the ICMM principles and guidelines have a very positive effect. In light of the recent oil and gas environmental disasters that have occurred (i.e., the Gulf of Mexico oil spill), it is perhaps not surprising that stakeholders have given the oil and gas industry the lowest rating of all industries tested. 2007 Subsample: Those who have heard of ICMM (n=623)10 www.icmm.com
  27. 27. Looking Forward (1 of 2) 1 Increasing public concerns about: Climate Water Human rights change Corruption and Workplace Biodiversity transparency fatalities Distribution of economic Indigenous Peoples’ role benefits of mining; in decision-making poverty reduction11 www.icmm.com
  28. 28. Looking Forward (2 of 2): Intensifying political struggles over 2 distribution of resource rents Increased emphasis on corporate social 3 and environmental practices Increased NGO campaigning on a range of issues 4 (community consent, ethical sourcing, biodiversity, energy minerals, chemicals management) Increasing complexity and breadth of 5 issues facing the industry Growing recognition that no single interest can 6 address issues effectively (growing need for multi- interest collaboration)12 www.icmm.com
  29. 29. Growing pressure on disclosure and responsibility Extractive Industries Transparency Dodd-Frank Wall Initiative (EITI) Street Reform and Consumer and Protection Act IFC Performance (2010) Standards SEC guidance on Climate Change Investor-led calls to Disclosures (02/10) listing authorities and stock exchanges to Principles for require companies to Responsible consider Investment (800 sustainability signatories)13 www.icmm.com
  30. 30. The value proposition of reporting on sustainability Respect and integrity Transparency and Better Better Accountability relationships reputation Better decision- making14 www.icmm.com
  31. 31. ICMM at a glance ICMM Vision Fundamental implication leading mining and metals creating value for companies working shareholders while together and with others to simultaneously creating strengthen the contribution value for host to sustainable communities and societies development Our role: a catalyst for improving environmental and social performance in the mining and metals industry15 www.icmm.com
  32. 32. For further informationplease contact:Anthony Hodge Ph.D., P. Eng. Presidentwww.icmm.com www.icmm.com
  33. 33. ‘ ‡…‹…Š ”‘ˆ‡••‹‘ƒŽ ˆˆƒ‹”• —‰—•– 33
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  35. 35. E/K^, ^ : ƒˆ‡–› ƒ• ‘– ‡‡ •‡† –‘ ”‘ ˜‹”‘‡–ƒŽ •–‡™ƒ”†•Š‹’ ƒ† ‘……—’ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ •ƒˆ‡–› •Šƒ”‡ …‘•‹†‡”ƒ„Ž‡ ‘˜‡”Žƒ’ ‘–Š ƒ”‡ ‡› •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ‹••—‡• ›‡– –Š‡ ‰”‡‡ ‘˜‡‡– Šƒ• ‘—–•–”‹’’‡† ™‘”’Žƒ…‡ •ƒˆ‡–› Šƒ– …ƒ Ž‡ƒ” ˆ”‘ ‰”‡‡ ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ
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  37. 37. ^ ,^ Š‹• ‹…Ž—†‡• –Š‡ ”‡•’‘•‹„‹Ž‹–› –‘ ‡•—”‡ –Šƒ– –Š‡ ’”‘–‡…–‹‘ ‘ˆ Š—ƒ Ž‹ˆ‡ ƒ† –Š‡ •ƒˆ‡–› Š‡ƒŽ–Š ƒ† ™‡ŽŽ „‡‹‰ ‘ˆ ™‘”‡”• …—•–‘‡”• ƒ† ‡‹‰Š„‘”‹‰ …‘—‹–‹‡• ƒ”‡ ƒ ’”‹ƒ”› …‘•‹†‡”ƒ–‹‘• ‹ ƒ› „—•‹‡•• ‡†‡ƒ˜‘” —•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ƒ• ‘”…‡ 36
  38. 38. / ^ ‘ …‘”’‘”ƒ–‹‘• ‘ˆ ‰Ž‘„ƒŽ • •—”˜‡›‡† •ƒ‹† –Šƒ– –Š‡› ˆ‡Ž– •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ‹••—‡• ƒ”‡ …”‹–‹…ƒŽ –‘ –Š‡‹” …‘’ƒ‹‡• ˆ—–—”‡ •—……‡•• „‡Ž‹‡˜‡ –Šƒ– •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› —•– „‡ ˆ—ŽŽ› ‹–‡‰”ƒ–‡† ‹–‘ ƒ …‘’ƒ› • •–”ƒ–‡‰› ƒ† ‘’‡”ƒ–‹‘• —’ ˆ”‘ ‹ ˜‡” …‘”’‘”ƒ–‹‘• ’ƒ”–‹…‹’ƒ–‡† ‹ •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ”‡’‘”–‹‰ ‘” ”‡’‘”–‹‰ ˆ‘” •‹‹Žƒ” ‹••—‡• ‹ —’ ˆ”‘ …‘”’‘”ƒ–‹‘• ‹ Ž‘•– ‘ˆ –Š‡ Ž‘„ƒŽ …‘’ƒ‹‡• ’—„Ž‹…Ž› ”‡’‘”–‡† ‘ •‘…‹ƒŽ ƒ† ‡˜‹”‘‡–ƒŽ †ƒ–ƒ ‹ —’ ˆ”‘ ‹ 37
  39. 39. / ^ ‘ ‹˜‡•–‘”• ‘…‹ƒŽŽ› ‡•’‘•‹„Ž‡
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  41. 41. ‘™ ƒ……‘—–• ˆ‘” –”‹ŽŽ‹‘ ‘ˆ –Š‡ –”‹ŽŽ‹‘ ‘” ‘ˆ –Š‡ –‘–ƒŽ ‹˜‡•–‡† ‹ –Š‡ ‡”‹…ƒ ƒ”‡–’Žƒ…‡ ‡ƒ”Ž› •‘…‹ƒŽŽ› ”‡•’‘•‹„Ž‡ ‹˜‡•–‹‰
  42. 42. ‹†‹…‡• ‡š‹•– ˜‡” ‹˜‡•–‡– ‹•–‹–—–‹‘• Šƒ˜‡ •‹‰‡† –Š‡ ”‹…‹’Ž‡• ˆ‘” ‡•’‘•‹„Ž‡
  43. 43. ˜‡•–‡–
  44. 44. ƒ ‹‹–‹ƒ–‹˜‡ „ƒ…‡† „› –Š‡ ™Š‹…Š ƒ‹• –‘ Š‡Ž’ ‹˜‡•–‘”• ‹–‡‰”ƒ–‡ …‘•‹†‡”ƒ–‹‘ ‘ˆ ‡˜‹”‘‡–ƒŽ •‘…‹ƒŽ ƒ† ‰‘˜‡”ƒ…‡ ‹••—‡• ‹–‘ ‹˜‡•–‡– †‡…‹•‹‘ ƒ‹‰ ƒ† ‘™‡”•Š‹’ ’”ƒ…–‹…‡• ƒ† –Š‡”‡„› ‹’”‘˜‡ Ž‘‰ –‡” ”‡–—”• –‘ „‡‡ˆ‹…‹ƒ”‹‡• 38
  45. 45. d ^ ^ , ^ Š‡”‡ ‹• ‘ ™‹†‡Ž› ƒ……‡’–‡† †‡ˆ‹‹–‹‘ ‘ˆ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ‘ ƒ‰”‡‡‡–• ‡š‹•– ‘ –Š‡ ‡› ’‡”ˆ‘”ƒ…‡ ‹†‹…ƒ–‘”• –‘ ‡ƒ•—”‡ •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„Ž‡ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ’‡”ˆ‘”ƒ…‡ ƒ† ”‡’‘”–‹‰ ‘ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ’‡”ˆ‘”ƒ…‡ ‹• ‘– …‘’”‡Š‡•‹˜‡ ‘•– …‘”’‘”ƒ–‹‘• ‹…Ž—†‡ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ• ’ƒ”– ‘ˆ –Š‡‹” ƒ—ƒŽ …‘”’‘”ƒ–‡ •‘…‹ƒŽ ”‡•’‘•‹„‹Ž‹–› ‘” •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ”‡’‘”–• „—– –Š‡ ˆ‘…—• –‡†• –‘ „‡ ‘ Žƒ‰‰‹‰ ‹†‹…ƒ–‘”• Š‡ •…‘’‡ ‘ˆ –Š‡ “—‡•–‹‘• ‘ ƒ› ‘ˆ –Š‡ ™‹†‡Ž› ”‡…‘‰‹œ‡† ‰Ž‘„ƒŽ ‹†‹…‡• ‹• Ž‹‹–‡† –‡”• ƒ”‡ —†‡ˆ‹‡† ƒ† –Š‡ ˆ‘…—• ‹• ‘ ”‡•—Ž–• ”ƒ–Š‡” –Šƒ ’”‘…‡••
  46. 46.  ƒ ”‡˜‹‡™ ‘ˆ ƒ ’‘’—Žƒ” ™‡„•‹–‡ –Šƒ– Ž‹•–• •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„Ž‡ †‡˜‡Ž‘’‡– …‘ˆ‡”‡…‡• ™‘”Ž†™‹†‡ –Š‡”‡ ƒ”‡ …‘ˆ‡”‡…‡• •…Š‡†—Ž‡† ˆ‘” –Š‡ —’…‘‹‰ ‘–Š• ƒ† ‘‡ Šƒ• •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ƒ• ‹–• ˆ‘…—• Š‡”‡ ƒ”‡ ‘˜‡” •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› …‡–‡”• ‘” ‹•–‹–—–‡• …—””‡–Ž› ‹ ‡š‹•–‡…‡ „—– ‘‡ Šƒ• •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ƒ• ‹–• ˆ‘…—• ƒ› Šƒ˜‡ ƒ…ƒ†‡‹… ƒˆˆ‹Ž‹ƒ–‹‘• ƒ† ˆƒ…‹Ž‹–ƒ–‡ ”‡•‡ƒ”…Š ˜‹”–—ƒŽŽ› ‘‡ ‘ˆ ‹– ‹• ”‡Žƒ–‡† –‘ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š 39
  47. 47. Z / ‘™ ‘‡• —•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–›
  48. 48. †‡šŠ‡ Ž‘„ƒŽ ‡’‘”–‹‰
  49. 49. ‹–‹ƒ–‹˜‡Š‡ ƒ…‹ˆ‹… —•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–›
  50. 50. †‡š ‘‘†
  51. 51. †‡šƒŽ ƒ”– —’’Ž‹‡” —•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ••‡••‡– ‘œ‡• ‘ˆ ‘…‹ƒŽŽ› ‡•’‘•‹„Ž‡
  52. 52. ˜‡•–‡– —†• ‹ƒ…‹ƒŽ ƒŽ›•‹• ƒ†
  53. 53. –‡ŽŽ‹‰‡…‡ ‹”• Ž‘‘„‡”‰ Š‘•‘ ‡—–‡”• 40
  54. 54. ^ t ^^ ^ d ƒ‹•‡ ƒ™ƒ”‡‡•• ‘ˆ –Š‡ ‹’‘”–ƒ…‡ ‘ˆ ™‘”’Žƒ…‡ •ƒˆ‡–›ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ‹ –Š‡ „—•‹‡•• …‘—‹–› ’ƒ”–‹…—Žƒ”Ž› ‹–Š‡ —‹–‡ †† ”‡…‘‰‹–‹‘ –‘ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ’”‘ˆ‡••‹‘ –Š‡ˆ—…–‹‘ †† ˜ƒŽ—‡ –‘ –Š‡ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ’”‘ˆ‡••‹‘ƒŽ 41
  55. 55. t t t dƒ‹•‡ –Š‡ „ƒ” ˆ‘” •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ‰Ž‘„ƒŽŽ›
  56. 56. ˆŽ—‡…‡ Š‘™ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ‹• ˜‹‡™‡† „› ‡› •–ƒ‡Š‘Ž†‡”•
  57. 57. ˆŽ—‡…‡ –Š‡ ™ƒ› •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ’‡”ˆ‘”ƒ…‡ ‹•‡ƒ•—”‡† ƒ† ”‡’‘”–‡†
  58. 58. ’”‘˜‡ –Š‡ “—ƒŽ‹–› ƒ† …‘’”‡Š‡•‹˜‡‡•• ‘ˆ ”‡’‘”–‹‰ ”‘‘–‡ ˜ƒŽ—‡ ‘ˆ Ž‡ƒ†‹‰ ‹†‹…ƒ–‘”• ‹’Ž‹ˆ› ”‡’‘”–‹‰ –Š”‘—‰Š ’”‘‘–‹‘ ƒ† —•‡ ‘ˆ ‰Ž‘„ƒŽ …‘•‡•—• •–ƒ†ƒ”† ‹†‡š‡– ƒŠ‡ƒ† ‘ˆ –Š‡ …—”˜‡ ˆ‘” •–ƒ†ƒ”†‹œ‡† •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š”‡’‘”–‹‰ –‘ •–ƒ‡Š‘Ž†‡”•
  59. 59. ’”‘˜‡ ƒ† •–ƒ†ƒ”†‹œ‡ ‡š–‡”ƒŽ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ”ƒ–‹‰ •›•–‡•
  60. 60. ˆŽ—‡…‡
  61. 61. ˜‡•–‡– …‘—‹–›
  62. 62. • ‘˜‡”‡–• ‘–Š‡” •–ƒ‡Š‘Ž†‡”• ‡–… 42
  63. 63. W d ‡˜‡Ž‘’‡† †”ƒˆ– ‘†‡Ž •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ‹†‡š ‡––‹‰ ‹ ‡‡‹‰ ‹–‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ ”‡˜‹‡™ ƒ† „—› ‹ ‡‡†• ‹†—•–”› •ƒ‹–› …Š‡… ‘”‡† ’ƒ”–‡”•Š‹’ ™‹–Š
  64. 64. ƒ†
  65. 65. ‡’”‡•‡–• ‡„‡”• ‹–‡”ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ ‘ ‡ƒ…Š‹‰ ‘—– –‘
  66. 66. ‰Ž‘„ƒŽ ƒ••‘…‹ƒ–‹‘• ‘ˆ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ’”‘ˆ‡••‹‘ƒŽ•
  67. 67. …‘”’‘”ƒ–‡ –Š‡ ‡–‡” ˆ‘” ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† ‡ƒŽ–Š —•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ƒ˜‡ •‡˜‡”ƒŽ …‘”’‘”ƒ–‡ „ƒ…‡”•‡‡–‹‰• ™‹–Š Ž‘„ƒŽ ‡’‘”–‹‰
  68. 68. ‹–‹ƒ–‹˜‡
  69. 69. ‡ƒ†‡” Ž‘„ƒŽ Š‹‡ˆ š‡…—–‹˜‡ •–‡”†ƒ ‰”‡‡‡– –‘ ’ƒ”–‡” ‘
  70. 70. ‡”•‹‘ †—‡ ‘—– —‰—•– ‹•…—••‹‘ ™‹–Š ‘–Š‡” ”‡’‘”–‹‰ •–ƒ‡Š‘Ž†‡”• ‘…‹ƒŽ
  71. 71. ˜‡•–‡– ‘”— 43
  72. 72. ^^ ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† ‡ƒŽ–Š—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–›
  73. 73. †‡š 44
  74. 74. ^ ^ , ^Values and Beliefs Safety and Health Social Responsibility Commitment Codes of Business ConductOperational Excellence Integrated and Effective Safety and Health Management System Professional Safety and Health CompetenciesOversight and Transparency Executive Leadership Oversight of Safety and Health Transparent Reporting of Key Safety and Health Performance Indicators 45
  75. 75. ^ , ^‹•‹‘ ‘” ƒŽŽ ‘”‰ƒ‹œƒ–‹‘• –‘ ”‡…‘‰‹œ‡ –Š‡‹” ”‡•’‘•‹„‹Ž‹–› –‘ ‡•—”‡ –Šƒ– –Š‡ ’”‘–‡…–‹‘ ‘ˆ Š—ƒ Ž‹ˆ‡ ƒ† –Š‡ •ƒˆ‡–› Š‡ƒŽ–Š ƒ† ™‡ŽŽ „‡‹‰ ‘ˆ ™‘”‡”• …—•–‘‡”• ƒ† ‡‹‰Š„‘”‹‰ …‘—‹–‹‡• ƒ”‡ ƒ‘‰ –Š‡ ’”‹ƒ”› …‘•‹†‡”ƒ–‹‘• ‹ ƒ› „—•‹‡•• ’”ƒ…–‹…‡• ‘’‡”ƒ–‹‘• ‘” †‡˜‡Ž‘’‡–‘ƒŽ• ‘ ’”‘˜‹†‡ ƒ •–”‘‰ ˜‘‹…‡ ƒ† …‘’”‡Š‡•‹˜‡ Ž‡ƒ†‡”•Š‹’ ˆ‘” •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š ‹ •Šƒ’‹‰ •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ’‘Ž‹…‹‡• ‘ ‡†—…ƒ–‡ –Š‡ „—•‹‡•• …‘—‹–› ‘ –Š‡ ‹’‘”–ƒ…‡ ‘ˆ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ• ’ƒ”– ‘ˆ ‰‘‘† …‘”’‘”ƒ–‡ ‰‘˜‡”ƒ…‡ ƒ† …‘”’‘”ƒ–‡ •‘…‹ƒŽ ”‡•’‘•‹„‹Ž‹–› •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ‘ ’”‘˜‹†‡ ‡™ ‹•‹‰Š–• ‹–‘ –Š‡ ‡ƒ•—”‡‡– ƒƒ‰‡‡– ƒ† ‹’ƒ…– ‘ˆ •ƒˆ‡–› ƒ† Š‡ƒŽ–Š •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ‘ „‡ ƒ ”‡…‘‰‹œ‡† –Š‘—‰Š– Ž‡ƒ†‡” ˆ‘” •—•–ƒ‹ƒ„‹Ž‹–› ƒ† …‘”’‘”ƒ–‡ •‘…‹ƒŽ ”‡•’‘•‹„‹Ž‹–› 46
  76. 76. Sustainability Reporting Trends Sustainability Reporting Associations August 2011 Mike Wallace Director, Focal Point USA Global Reporting Initiatives
  77. 77. Who cares?
  78. 78. Increasing Stakeholders and Demand Modern DueDiligence
  79. 79. What’s the problem?
  80. 80. Range of Terminology• CSR - Corporate Social Responsibility• CC - Corporate Citizenship• SD - Sustainable Development• ES - Environmental Sustainability• BE - Business Ethics• CE - Corporate Ethics• CG - Corporate Governance• ESG - Environmental, Social Governance• IR - Integrated reporting t
  81. 81. What’s the solution?
  82. 82. GRI’s Vision MissionGRI’s VisionA sustainably global economy where organizationsmanage their economic, environmental, social andgovernance performance and impacts responsiblyand report transparently.GRI’s MissionTo make sustainability reporting standard practiceby providing guidance and support toorganizations.
  83. 83. The GRI Guidelines Environmental • EN 3 - Direct energy consumption by primary energy source Labor • LA 7 - Rates of injury, occupational diseases, lost days and absenteeism, and number of work related fatalities by region. Human Rights • HR 4 - Total number of incidents of discrimination and actions taken Product Responsibility • PR 6 - Programs for adherence to laws, standards, and voluntary codes related to marketing communications, including advertising, promotion, ad sponsorship. Economic • EC 4 – Significant financial assistance received from government.
  84. 84. What are we seeing?
  85. 85. GRI Reporting Trends2000 Year # of Growth reports rate 18181800 US Reporters in 1999 1999 11 •Bristol-Myers Squibb 2000 44 300%1600 2001 122 177% •GM 1491 2002 139 14%1400 •PG 2003 166 20% •Sunoco 2004 274 65%1200 1116 2005 373 36%1000 2006 516 38% 2007 709 37%800 2008 1116 58% 709 2009 1491 34%600 516 2010 1818 22% 373400 274 • 586 first-time200 122 139 166 reporters in 2010. 44 11 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 G2 G3
  86. 86. GRI Reports by Region 2010* Oceania Africa 4% 3% Northern America 14% Europe 45% Latin America 14% Asia 20%
  87. 87. 300 Z/ Z ^25020015010050 0
  88. 88. Mainstream UptakeD :
  89. 89. Environmental Criteria d d , t d t E d d d d ^ D / D ,W / /DDd
  90. 90. Bloomberg – Reporters vs. Non
  91. 91. Global Regulatory Review More governments are making sustainability reporting mandatory.“• 142 regulatory instrumentsaddressing sustainability reportingexist in over 30 countries• 65% are classified as mandatory, therest voluntary• United States • WH CEQ - EO 13514 • USPS, US Army, etc…. • GSA • Department of State • SEC
  92. 92. Who are some ofthese reporters?
  93. 93. GRI Reports Listhttp://www.globalreporting.org/GRIReports/GRIReportsList/
  94. 94. GRI Reporters(North American Sample)
  95. 95. • h^ • /dd Z• : :• April 2009 : • d • W D • d d D• Z / D• , D, E d W• K • K • W • W• W W• W • Z April 2010• ^ • ^ W h^• ^ ^• W ^ • ^ • D d • D d• D D h • t• D t • ,^ t• /D y• / W
  96. 96. Organizational Stakeholders
  97. 97. How can GRI support your efforts?
  98. 98. Association RelationshipStep 1: Compare the Overlap - Google “GRI Reports List” - Sort by Industry/Sector/CountryStep 2: Assess the Needs Interests - Review action in-action of members - Understand market driversStep 3: Engage alongside GRI - Coordinate webinar/presentations - Become GRI Organizational Stakeholder - Enhance understanding reporting - Inform G4 development
  99. 99. Thank you Mike Wallace Director, Focal Point USA Global Reporting Initiative wallace@globalreporting.org +1 212 339 0356 Twitter: M_A_Wallace Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/mikewallaces

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