Topic Archives: Reporting & Transparency

Webinar: Evaluating Social Materiality by Measuring Outcomes

  Novartis and SustainAbility presented a webinar on March 12th, the third of a series of conversations about the results and outcomes of Novartis’ 2017 Corporate Responsibility Materiality Assessment. This webinar focused on the measurement & evaluation (M&E) of social outcomes of new business models and healthcare systems. The webinar also explored how Novartis M&E work enables

Key Takeaways from our Sustainable Food Systems Workshop

At the end of January, SustainAbility co-hosted a workshop with WWF UK to explore the priority action areas to advance sustainable food systems and diets. The discussion built on the research we undertook together last year to map the projects and initiatives tacking issues in this space, with participants invited to share reflections on their

Analyzing ESG Disclosure

SustainAbility analyzed Ørsted’s current state of ESG disclosure and advised the company on a strategy for more proactive ESG reporting. As a result of this project, Ørsted has been able to take a more strategic approach to its ESG disclosure Tweet This In 2016, Ørsted’s (then DONG Energy) IPO significantly increased the Denmark-based utility’s potential investor

Convening Renewable Energy Stakeholders to Support a Just Energy Transition

SustainAbility has been working with Shell on its sustainability strategy, stakeholder engagement and reporting for more than a decade. Stakeholders reported overwhelmingly positive experiences of the event and expressed excitement at Shell’s role as convener amongst energy leaders across the state. Tweet This Shell Powering Progress Together is a global series of events providing a

Helping a Sourcing Leader Broaden its Approach to Sustainability

In 2016, SustainAbility supported Chipotle to conduct its first sustainability materiality assessment to better understand the company’s priority issues. Chipotle has been working to integrate sustainability into its menu and sourcing of ingredients. The company has shown leadership on local and organic sourcing and has embedded key sustainability values into its core business. To build

Bringing Together Stakeholders to Advance Sustainability

SustainAbility has worked with Nestlé on its stakeholder engagement since 2006 and have managed and facilitated its stakeholder convenings since 2012. “At Nestlé, we unequivocally believe that access to water is a basic human right.” – Paul Bulcke, Chairman of Nestlé Board of Directors, Nestlé CSV Forum, Brasilia Tweet This Every two years Nestlé hosts

Webinar: Monetizing Impact Dimensions of Material Issue Areas

  Novartis and SustainAbility presented a webinar on November 27th, the second of a series of conversations about the results and outcomes of Novartis’ 2017 Corporate Responsibility Materiality Assessment. On this webinar speakers shared Novartis’ current approach to quantifying and monetizing impact dimensions of their corporate responsibility material issue areas. John Elkington, Chair of the Impact Valuation

Strengthening Reporting to Support Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy

SustainAbility has been working with Drax since 2015 to help strengthen its reporting. In 2016 Drax launched a strategy which included an expansion of its retail offering through the acquisition of Opus Energy. This expansion of the retail business increased Drax’s exposure to business customers and the disclosure of its sustainability performance to this key

How Do You Engage to Support Sustainable Food Systems?

In recent years there has been a significant growth in the number of initiatives seeking to advance sustainable food both globally, nationally, locally and across sectors, issues and different parts of the food value chain. As these sustainable food system initiatives emerge and develop there are increasing overlaps in the themes explored, solutions advocated, and

SustainAbility at the Global Climate Action Summit: Room for Improvement in Climate Reporting

SustainAbility is at The Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco and will be sharing blog updates about some of the events throughout the week. You can read the first blog of this series here. Room for improvement in climate reporting Event: Reporting Your Climate Commitments: A ‘how to’ discussion with GRI and SASB, September 12th