15 Aug 14

How to Choose the Right Framework for your Non-Financial Reporting

Selecting the right sustainability framework for your non-financial reporting can sometimes be a challenge. While there are several compelling reasons for organisations to report on their non-financial performance, including mandatory reporting requirements and opportunities to enhance company reputation, there is little guidance available when it comes to selecting the best sustainability framework for your reporting requirements.

Organisations require a clear understanding of their non-financial reporting goals, so they can have the opportunity to choose the framework that will be best suited to their needs. Additionally, they also need to consider how the framework will be able to help them to communicate their CSR initiatives with their intended audience and identify opportunities for improvement.

Understandably, the framework landscape can appear crowded and at the same time a bit confusing. As a result, Greenstone, a leading provider of sustainability, supply chain and ESG software solutions, has created the eBook: ‘Choosing the Right Non-Financial Reporting Framework – A Closer Look at the Top 7’.

This eBook aims to provide the necessary details on GRI, UN Global Compact, Integrated Reporting, CDP, ISO 26000, Dow Jones Sustainability Index and SASB, exploring factors such as the scope and prescriptiveness of each framework.

The eBook includes:

  • A comprehensive overview of the top 7 non-financial and sustainability reporting frameworks
  • Details on the scope, application and target audience for each framework
  • A useful one-page comparison chart of all 7 frameworks, to help you evaluate the frameworks and decide which is most appropriate for you

 Non-Financial Reporting Framework eBook

Non-Financial Reporting