Effective Sustainability Reporting Is a Journey, Assess Where You Are At with Deloitte’s Quiz

Sep 14, 2011 | Corporate Member News

Organizations are increasingly taking steps to make their businesses more sustainable. But it’s equally critical for them to inform stakeholders about how — and how well — they are achieving their sustainability goals.

Sustainability disclosure is the act of communicating performance relating to financial, environmental, social and governance activities. Sustainability disclosure can involve regulatory reporting — such as disclosure of environmental liabilities or mandatory greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting — as well as voluntary disclosures, such as corporate responsibility reports. Effective sustainability disclosure meets diverse stakeholder expectations by aggregating information and disseminating it consistently and credibly across all communication channels.

Savvy enterprises know that they can enhance their brand, improve stakeholder credibility and boost operational efficiencies through robust sustainability disclosure.

Where does your organization stand on its sustainability disclosure readiness?

If you’re just getting started, read our primer: Sustainability disclosure 101 

Take our quick assessment to pinpoint the building blocks of an effective disclosure and reporting organization. Learn some tips that your company can use to strengthen its sustainability disclosure reporting strategy, process and data collection.

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