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
2 degrees webinar
Elaine Cohen’s csr-reporting blog
So is materiality getting more material? Let us know what you think.
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