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CorporateRegister.com, which hosts and manages the global online directory of corporate responsibility (CR) reports, today released its annual free CR Perspectives report, combining data, insight and opinion to reveal how global CR reporting has developed and where it might be headed.
Sponsored by Coca-Cola Enterprises, Novo Nordisk, Shell and the Co-operative Group, CR Perspectives 2013 — Global CR Reporting Trends and Stakeholder Views looks at global CR reporting based on statistics derived from the world’s largest CR reporting database (52,000 reports); and stakeholder views based on the inaugural CR Perspectives online survey, eliciting 300 participants' views on context, content, communication and credibility of CR reporting.
“Every year CorporateRegister.com provides data on global CR reporting — what’s happening, who is reporting, what the issues are regarding report content, frameworks and assurance,” said Paul Scott, Managing Director at CorporateRegister.com. “CR Perspectives combines our authoritative data with a comprehensive opinion survey, giving a unique insight into the current state of global CR reporting.”
Cora Olsen, ESG Data Manager, Global Stakeholder Engagement at Novo Nordisk AS said: “Corporate Register’s report is comprehensive and authoritative — there are insights and information here to surprise even the most experienced reporters.”
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The report is divided into four sections that examine:
Speaking of reporting, last week The Coca-Cola Company released its 2012/2013 Sustainability Report, which outlined progress the global beverage giant has made in the areas of water conservation and restoration, supporting sustainable community initiatives and empowering female entrepreneurs around the world. In a follow-up interview, Chief Sustainability Officer Bea Perez expanded on the company’s progress but acknowledged there is “more work to do,” and reiterated Coke’s commitment to being part of the solution on issues ranging from water scarcity and packaging waste to obesity.
Published Nov 19, 2013 2pm EST / 11am PST / 7pm GMT / 8pm CET