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Understanding Integrated Reporting
Tuesday May 13, 2014
Purchase an NAEM expert-led webinar archive on integrated reporting. You'll walk away with an understanding of the gap between well-established financial reporting and sustainability reporting. As well as gain the basics of integrated reporting as it continues to grow and develop.
Sustainability reporting with a focus on informing stakeholders about a company's sustainable business practices was new in the early 1990s - but, is now a mainstream practice. With different purposes, environmental financial reporting and sustainability reporting each have strengths and weaknesses with regard to effective reporting of a corporation's overall environmental footprint. However, neither may provide a comprehensive perspective on environmental risks and opportunities facing a company, nor fully quantify the potential impacts on company financial performance. Closing this common gap in information would help stakeholders better understand a company's overall environmental footprint and allow more informed business decisions. Integrating environmental disclosure and sustainability reporting is being adopted as a means to that end.
Sustainability leaders whose role requires them to participate in corporate interdisciplinary roles surrounding the reporting of environmental risks, including: EHS vice presidents, directors, and environmental managers.