Sustainability & CSR Reports
Share Your Full Sustainability Story With Your Stakeholders
The number of companies disclosing their sustainability impacts through voluntary reporting is at an all-time high. In fact, 80% of the world’s largest 250 companies annually report on their sustainability and CSR efforts.
While sustainability and CSR reports have undoubtedly become a new business expectation, today’s consumers can spot unsupported claims from a mile away. To give your stakeholders the information they require and meet consumers’ demands for transparency, you need a thoughtful approach.
Our team will help you bring your sustainability story to life. You’ll walk away with a comprehensive narrative for your social, environmental, and community impact work that is both inspiring and transparent.
With SBC’s Sustainability & CSR Reporting Services, you can:
- Engage your employees, customers, and other key stakeholders on the work you’re doing
- Genuinely display your progress and celebrate successes
- Authentically highlight gaps for improvement
- Spur innovation and spark new ideas across your organization
- Align with best-in-class sustainability reporting frameworks to reduce risks of greenwashing
“SBC was responsive and provided valuable insight. They helped us with our CSR reporting and in identifying quantifiable metrics to track our sustainability performance. They have a true grasp of the financial aspect of sustainability.”
– Letitia Ferrier Webster, VP of Global Corporate Sustainability, The North Face
What Goes In Your Report?
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is the oldest and most widely used framework for CSR reporting. Aligning your efforts with the GRI allows customers, investors, and other stakeholders to compare what companies are doing on ESG through one uniform standard. You’ll be expected to report on the following:
Examples include economic performance, indirect economic impacts, procurement practices, and anti-competitive behavior.
On top of emissions, GRI-aligned reports should cover topics such as waste, energy, biodiversity, and supplier assessments.
Social impacts include fair labor practices, occupational health and safety, DEI, training and education, and transparent labeling.
Featured Case Study
External CSR Reporting
Learn how SBC helped an outdoor retailer create its first externally facing CSR report in alignment with the GRI, and how those results were used to make the business case for sustainability and promote the company’s progress.