Sustainability Standards Guide

Why disclose about sustainability?

The demand for organizations’ non financial information is greater than ever, and so is the need to work towards sustainability. In this regard transparency and disclosure seem to be the first step to achieve a better understanding of what we are up against and what the solution might be.

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Sustainability Standards Guide

Nowadays companies are inevitably under the spotlight as for the impact they have on the planet and the communities in which they operate. As concerns grow about the implication of such an impact, the demand for transparency regarding non-financial information is greater than ever. As a result, companies’ success heavily rely on procuring an adequate response to this demand.

But it is not only about disclosing facts and checking regulatory boxes, transparency involves being able to demonstrate that a given organization is using such data for continuously improving its performance in ESG (environmental, social and governance) related matters.

Disclosing both financial and non-financial information in the most complete, precise and honest way possible is the path towards fulfilling stakeholders demands and helping create a long lasting positive impact on the environment and society. Sustainability standards are the perfect tool to take on this journey.

Through this guide we want to analyze those that seem to be most relevant today at a global scale, and which have proved to be relevant, each in their own particular way.

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