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DNV GL Global Opportunity Report

www.globalopportunitynetwork.org
Article

In August 2014 Global Opportunity Network presents the five risks that insipred this year's opportunity panels.

CDP Reporting - Corporate Trends

By Sheryl Lawry, Senior Consultant, USA & Canada Sustainability DNV GL - Business Assurance
Blog

At this time of year decisions are being made about Corporate reporting and verification of Greenhouse Gas emissions and other metrics. So what trends are we seeing and how can verification add value?

5 Misconceptions about Sustainability Reporting Assurance

By Dave Knight, Director of USA & Canada Sustainability Services, DNV GL Business Assurance
Blog

First, let’s clarify what assurance is.

In this context, assurance is a third-party review of the reliability of a sustainability or corporate responsibility report. It often includes the checking of the data and claims in these reports. Best practice also includes confirming the report focuses on the right things (material issues).

The intention is to increase the clarity and trustworthiness of information, while improving the robustness of the methods used to gather it.

DNV GL Earns Top-Ranking Voluntary Carbon Market Survey in 2014

Press Release

HOUSTON, Aug 5, 2014 /3BL Media/ – DNV GL is again ranked as the “best verification company” in the 2014 survey by Environmental Finance magazine, continuing its leadership position in the worldwide market for voluntary carbon offset projects and trading of carbon emissions credits. DNV GL also earned top honors in the 2013 survey.

“We are delighted and grateful for this recognition,” says Dave Knight, Director of USA & Canada Sustainability Services part of DNV GL Business Assurance. “It is particularly pleasing that this is based on the views of over 700 respondents.”

Mastering Materiality

By: Dave Knight – Director: DNV GL Sustainability Advisory Services, Business Assurance
Blog

The concept of materiality is cropping up everywhere.

GE Sustainability Rated Highly by Tomorrows Value Research

Article

While most large companies fall short of sustainability leadership, 10 including Ford, GE and Panasonic present best practices for other businesses to emulate, according to sustainability advisor Two Tomorrows.

Less than a third of the largest companies scored over 70 percent, the threshold for “sustainability leadership” in the 2012 Tomorrow’s Value Research (TVR), the firm’s annual assessment of corporate sustainability practices.

GE Rated Aaa on Sustainability Performance by Two Tomorrows

Summary: 

GE ranked among 11 Aaa-rated companies out of 92 assessed by Two Tomorrows, an international corporate sustainability consultancy and assurer, in its Tomorrow's Value Rating (TVR). The premise of TVR is that "the potential to deliver long-term sustainability performance is an indicator of future share price." 

Blog

GE ranked among 11 Aaa-rated companies out of 92 assessed by Two Tomorrows, an international corporate sustainability consultancy and assurer, in its Tomorrow's Value Rating (TVR). The premise of TVR is that "the potential to deliver long-term sustainability performance is an indicator of future share price." 

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