How Data Drives Corporate Sustainability

How Data Drives Corporate Sustainability

The digital revolution is enabling a transformation of systems and processes, making organisations leaner, greener and more able to respond to market changes. Innovations such as machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), mobile payment systems, and satellite imagery, have been widely adopted for good reason as companies across sectors aim to take advantage of new customer […]

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Making Sense of GRI’s New Standards

Making Sense of GRI’s New Standards

Sustainability reporting has come a long way in the last few decades and continues to evolve as the imperative for companies grows. Many frameworks, like the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards, are comprehensive but they are not static. GRI has just released a new set of sustainability reporting guidelines, aimed at standardizing the language companies […]

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New EU Laws Impact Supply Chain Beyond Borders

New EU Laws Impact Supply Chain Beyond Borders

Supply chain disclosure can be the most challenging part of non-financial reporting for companies. The ever increasing length and complexity of global supply chains drives global organizations to rethink common practices and consequently increase efficiency and security. According to the EU Directive on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by certain large companies, environmental, social […]

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