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Materiality had some sober moments at the GRI Global Conference in Amsterdam this May. It was evident that established reporters are asking more pertinent questions about the value of the materiality determination process. Some are starting to do it less frequently (for example every three years, not annually). This raises three important questions: The frequency

Data was the centre of excitement at the GRI Global Conference held in Amsterdam this past May of 2016. Having been part of the GRI process since its foundational days, it has been fascinating to see the movement evolve from the early mission “for sustainability reporting to become as routine as annual financial reporting” to

Internet Disclosure: Part IIThe benefits of online reporting reporting has not escaped top Chinese companies listed on the stock exchanges of Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. In a country with millions of Internet users, research has shown how listed companies progressively used the Internet since the early 2000s to report on safety, health and environment

Internet Disclosure: Part ITaking sustainability reporting to the next level in coming years will have to be about “Materialnet”. This was evident during an international reporting workshop and my meeting with managers from reporting companies in Europe this April. It brought to mind an old debate, Internet-based reporting, albeit with the realisation of how far