Sustainability Reporting

A full sustainability report based on the GRI framework

what we do 


“Financial reporting should be balanced, clear and objective. An issuer should provide non financial disclosure at least annually, including considering material exposure to environmental, economic and social sustainability risks and other key risks. It should explain how it plans to manage those risks and how operational or non financial targets are measured.” Recommendation 4.3 of the NZX Corporate Governance Code 2017.

internal benefits

Strength and Weakness: A SR can identify any potentially damaging issues before the eventuate, or identify emerging opportunities to take advantage of.

external benefits

Competitive Advantage: Consumer trends are quickly moving towards supporting business that minimise or eliminate their environmental impact and provide caring and respectful working environments. A SR can publicise this, increasing loyalty and attracting new customers.

what we do

The reporting process includes:
- Identifying all and key stakeholders
- Engaging stakeholders
- Identifying your organisations current and desired state
- Identifying your organisations material topics (the sustainability topics that are most important to your organisation and stakeholders)
- Highlighting the sustainability-related initiatives your organisation has already, is currently, or is soon to be implementing.
- Identify keys opportunities for further initiatives/changes
- Developing specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound (SMART) sustainability-related targets
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In nature there is no such thing as waste. In nature, nothing is wasted.

David Suzuki

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.

Albert Einstein