The KPMG survey of corporate responsibility reporting 2017 (see https://home.kpmg.com/…
The KPMG survey of corporate responsibility reporting 2017 (see https://home.kpmg.com/ xx/en/home/campaigns/2017/10/survey-of-corporate-responsibility-reporting-2017.html) indicated that over 75 per cent of the largest 100 companies in 49 different countries such as Australia, South Africa, France, Japan, the United States, Singapore, India, Indonesia and Canada – 4900 companies in total (by market capitalisation) – produce a publicly available social responsibility, or sustainability, report. The survey also indicated that 93 per cent of the world’s 250 largest companies also produce a publicly available sustainability report.
a Select a large multinational organisation (for example, a large mining organisation, airline, bank or clothing company) and review its website for details of its sustainability reports (they could be on a page titled something like ‘sustainability’ or ‘community’). It will probably have a publicly available sustainability report.
b Identify the types of information it provides in relation to the social aspects of its performance.
c Identify the types of information it provides in relation to the environmental aspects of its performance.