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Lydenberg seeks sector-specific materiality reporting

Lydenberg seeks sector-specific materiality reporting

Thousands of companies around the world are voluntarily reporting on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, in addition to the reporting of material financial factors they believe they are mandated to deliver.  A new report from the Institute...

Common and not so common sustainability themes

Common and not so common sustainability themes

How can companies and stakeholders easily identify those sustainability issues that are hot and those that are not? Fronesys offers a materiality hit parade. The sustainability press today is filled with coverage of a wide range of non-economic issues and...

Knowledge is power: the case for a new reporting model

Knowledge is power: the case for a new reporting model

Company reports often fail to take into account the key issues that are now crucial for future business success, write Cary Krosinsky & Jyoti Banerjee. Today's corporate reporting model is no longer fit for purpose. It is dominated by a compliance mindset,...

Times article references Fronesys materiality report

Times article references Fronesys materiality report

In today's Times supplement on Sustainable Investments, Cary Krosinsky and Jyoti Banerjee have analysed how company reports often fail to take into account the key issues that are now crucial for future business success. Here's an excerpt from the article,...

Materiality: what does everybody else think?

Materiality: what does everybody else think?

The publication of the Fronesys report Materiality Futures has created a fair amount of coverage and interest in the press and blogging community. Here's a flavour of some of the things we heard: Guardian Sustainable Business Blog Seeing the wood for the...

FT: Improving environmental performance through analytics

FT: Improving environmental performance through analytics

Rod Newing's article in the latest Financial Times sustainability supplement, Analytics: Numbers game is hard to play, points to the main challenge in dealing with environmental analytics: how to produce improved environmental performance from a seemingly...

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