Sustainability reports have a big task: communicate complex data, tell a story of change, highlight results, and detail goals, commitments and milestones – all while conveying alignment to the company’s core values, staying true to the organization’s purpose and navigating the diverse interests of multiple stakeholders.
As sustainability reporting has expanded, best practices have emerged. So, too, have mistakes that hinder the effectiveness of today’s ESG reports.
Together with Savage Brands, we have compiled the top 10 mistakes seen in sustainability reports… and how to avoid them. Follow the link below for the full list.