31 Mar 14

Recommendations for Stock Exchange Requirements on Corporate Sustainability Reporting

More than a hundred institutional investors have developed recommendations for integrating disclosure on environmental and social issues into listing rules for stock exchanges worldwide. The proposal, released on 26th March by sustainability advocacy group Ceres, is part of an effort to develop a common standard for sustainability reporting for listed companies globally.  

25 Mar 14

BAFTA Albert Consortium Announces New Partnership With Greenstone

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has today announced a new partnership between the BAFTA Albert Consortium, responsible for the industry carbon calculator Albert, and Greenstone, a leading provider of non-financial reporting solutions. The partnership will see the redevelopment of the Albert carbon calculator, enabling better carbon reporting for television and film productions. 

3 Mar 14

EU companies to report on social, environmental, supply chain and human rights impacts - update on EU non-financial reporting reform

After weeks of negotiations, EU government representatives reached a last minute compromise on the reform on non-financial reporting during the Coreper meeting last week. This compromise, between EU member states and the European Parliament, means that the European Commissions’ draft Directive for large companies to start reporting non-financial information will go to final vote in April.