March 30, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Is corporate sustainability reporting a great waste of time?

A new report indicates that the practice needs a massive overhaul if it’s going to be of any use.

Integrated reporting gains technology boost

IIRC plans collaboration initiative to foster reporting and management tech innovation

Dow, UPS and 21 others report on year one of G4

The Global Reporting Inititative's G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines debuted with a great deal of buzz last spring.

Johnson & Johnson: G4 game-changer?

Did Johnson & Jonson, a veteran sustainability reporter with 17 years of reporting experience, change the game with its first G4 report?

Sonen Capital: Impact Investing in Public Markets

Investors can pursue solutions to global problems… In other words, impact investments are not strictly private assets. FA-Mag.

The Power of Solutions Journalism

Solutions journalism is reporting about responses to entrenched social problems. UT & SJN commission a survey of 755 adults.

When It Comes to Climate Change, Companies Need Courage…And New Metrics

The time for business-as-usual is past. It's time for corporate leaders to act as if survival is at stake. Amy Larkin, Guardian.

Climate Activism Research Shows New Move to Localism

Research by the University of Sydney has found a new focus for climate change activism, localism.

What Makes a "Net Positive" Approach?

Frequently new reports come out telling us our attempts to tackle climate change haven't been enough. ForumfortheFuture debunks.

Exxon Mobil to Report on Risks to Its Fossil Fuel Assets

Exxon Mobil has become the first oil and gas producer to agree to publish this information by the end of the month. NYTImes.



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