A sustainability report is an independent organizational report that gives information about economic, environmental, social and governance performance. World Wide Carbon LLC provides clients a wide range of sustainability reporting solutions tailored to each organization's needs. By subscribing to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), World Wide Carbon LLC offers one of the most prevalent standards for sustainability reporting, also known as ecological footprint reporting, including environmental social governance (ESG) reporting, triple bottom line (TBL) reporting and corporate social responsibility (CRS) reporting. World Wide Carbon LLC seeks to make sustainability reporting required by regulators comparable to financial reporting.
Why Organizations Publish Sustainability Reports:
Relations with customers, shareholders and other stakeholders
By taking a proactive role to collect, analyze and report those steps taken by an organization to reduce potential business risk, the company can remain in control of the message they want delivered to its shareholders. Public pressure has proven to be a successful method for promoting transparency and disclosure of greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainability reporting also promotes accountability. This is because an organization discloses information in the public domain. In doing so stakeholders (people and organizations affected by the or interested in an organization's operations) can track an organization's performance on broad themes. Performance can be monitored year by year and can be compared to other similar organizations.
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