Corporate Sustainability Reporting (CSR) is the act of publishing an annual report on a company’s own environmental social, and economic performance. This report is a collection of data & communications concerning impacts and performance. Producing an ongoing, annual, sustainability report requires continuous monitoring of performance in the aforementioned areas. CSR is also known in the business world as Corporate Social Responsibility, and while this is related to sustainability reporting, the two are not synonymous.
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CSR Reporting enables companies to identify practices and their consequences, some of which they may not have recognized before. Greater transparency of this information can help businesses enhance customer loyalty and reputation, potentially increase cash flows, and even aid decision-making efficiency.
Challenge Participants Currently Adopting This Practice
- Nutter, McClennen, & Fish
- Oxford Properties
- Starwood Hotels
- Tsoi|Kobus & Associates
- State Street Corporation
- Zoo New England
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In The News
- “Top 10 CSR Reports from 2012” Triple Pundit, December 2012