This report identifies key trends related to the corporate disclosure of environmental and social practices – encompassing, among others, atmospheric emissions, water consumption, biodiversity policies, labor standards, human rights practices, and charitable and political contributions. The analysis is based on disclosure data included in annual reports, CSR reports and corporate websites as well as a literature review capturing relevant regulatory developments. The report is complemented by an interactive benchmarking tool providing data for 70+ environmental and social practices of publicly traded companies in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
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