A coalition of analysts at 17 socially responsible investment firms representing over $147 billion in assets has banded together to call on publicly traded companies worldwide to start reporting annually on their key social and environmental policies, practices and performance.
Noting that the way companies currently provide such information varies widely, the analysts urged companies to base their reporting on the Sustainability Reporting Guidelines developed by the Global Reporting Initiative.
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