Nowadays, there is a growing number of companies communicating their environment, social, governance (ESG) performance through sustainability reporting (or integrated reporting), answering to the increasing pressure from stakeholders for corporate sustainability and transparency. Nonetheless, there are still common misconceptions in the practices.
ESG and sustainability, you have heard it everywhere. The term ESG has been under the spotlight for the past years in the business and investment industry. It is clear that the stakeholders demand more accountability and transparency of the ESG factor from companies. So, how does the concept of ESG fit into the sustainability landscape? How to write sustainability report when there are many key players, regulations, and standards?
While the global concerns on ESG have accelerated and will remain so, companies are encouraged to incorporate ESG into their business model in order to compete in the market and attract investors.
This event is to discuss ESG performance and the SR Asia Global Certification Program for certified writers and assurors.
Organizations can now link the world’s leading sustainability reporting standards with an innovative tool for measuring their progress towards the circular economy.
As we enter 2021, there are strong signals of meaningful change in the sustainability reporting world. There are three emerging trends.
It is now even easier for organizations to communicate their efforts to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), by using the most widely adopted standards for sustainability reporting – the GRI Standards. An updated version of Linking the SDGs and the GRI Standards has now published. This free resource gives a breakdown of the targets under […]
2020 was a remarkable year in ways that need no mention. It was also remarkable in a way that most people probably didn’t notice because it has to do with accounting. Last year witnessed the broad recognition in the investment, business, accounting, regulatory, and sustainability reporting communities that the time has come for mandated standards […]
In brief In 2017, the Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan – “OJK“) introduced a requirement for certain entities to implement sustainable finance, by issuing Rule No. 51/POJK.03/2017 on Implementation of Financial Sustainability for Financial Services Providers, Issuers and Public Companies (“OJK Rule 51“). Under OJK Rule 51, in addition to the requirement to implement […]