What is a materiality assessment? check out our latest video or read the subtitles below where Jessica Atar, Sustainability Project Manager from Antea Group, gives an overview of materiality assessments.
Why smart companies benefit from a ‘double materiality’ reporting system
February 23, 2022 /3BL Media/ - With changes under way in the sustainability reporting landscape, clarity on what the scope of the various initiatives are, as determined by their approach to materiality, is essential if organizations are to understand their reporting obligations.
In 2020, we conducted a refresh of the 2019 Materiality Assessment, in which we sought to confirm the continued relevance of the existing Material Topics and their relative positioning within the materiality matrix visuals for the company as a whole and broken out by region. The refresh and review process can be described in three steps:
Research sets out benefits of robust sustainability reporting, alongside financial disclosure
A white paper commissioned by GRI investigates the application of materiality in sustainability reporting – highlighting why disclosing impacts that go beyond those that are financially material benefits organizations while supporting sustainable development.
This past year of social and environment pressures (Covid-19, racism inequity, climate change, global risks) has created a new wave of demand for ESG data and insight. A growing number of corporates, professional firms and financial asset owners and managers are interested in ESG.
Public comment period begins for updated Universal Standards
June 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Changes to improve how organizations use the GRI Standards to disclose their impacts on the economy, environment and people have been made available for global consultation.
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