Fronesys to conduct deep-dive study on materiality determination
Having recently launched Materiality Futures, a report based on publicly available sustainability impact information from 31 companies, Fronesys is announcing a “deep-dive” shared learning process on the current state-of-the-art in materiality determination.
The objectives of the study are to:
- assess the main processes for materiality determination in a company
- compare materiality rankings from participating companies against published data for 50 separate sustainability issues
- analyse what sort of metrics can be tracked to improve the process of materiality determination in a company
- explore how externalities can be measured and incorporated into the risk and materiality determination processes of a business
- define the state-of-the-art in materiality determination
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