'Reporting matters': Top corporates embrace sustainability reporting standards

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'Reporting matters': Top corporates embrace sustainability reporting standards

Annual analysis from World Business Council for Sustainable Development confirms detailed sustainability reporting is increasingly embedded in the corporate mainstream

Corporate sustainability reporting continues to improve with more businesses embracing international standards and integrating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues into their financial reporting....

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