It has already been over 5 years since I started working on the Wizness project, and today is a big day for us. It’s a big day because we’re getting closer to Enablon and changing our name from Wizness Publisher to Enablon Publisher. But let me get back to the story… Wizness has always been part of the Enablon group, since the start of ou...
If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ve figured by now that I’m working for the Publisher, a service that aims to change the way companies publish Sustainability reports. We do that by giving them the tools that will allow the creation of their online Sustainability reports in full autonomy, with no specific coding or design expertise required. Just like you would create a blog on WordPress, the Publisher guides you step by step to build your report’s tree structure, upload your content into your different pages (text, images, charts but also videos or infographics) and customize your design.
This year, we’ve worked with numerous projects, but I wanted to tell you more about five of them that we are particularly proud of. They are from five different industries and pick up very different design themes, but they have one thing in common: they now present to their stakeholders an engaging CSR report that is interactive, readable on smartphones and tablets, and social media ready.
After the financial, food and energy industries, I’m glad to present you today the fourth interview of our Materiality Series: Colene Paula, Social & Environmental Coordinator at SAMA, representing the mining industry. These interviews aim to understand how companies from different industries are assessing their material aspects, and identify potential differences or similarities among them. They are a good complement to our free 50 Materiality Matrices from 5 Key Industry Sectors e-book.
SAMA is a mining company based in Brazil which has been publishing a Sustainability report since…well, I’ll let you discover it through Cilene’s interview! Happy reading!
Last week, I have been invited to a private diner and workshop with the CSR team of Orange, along with tens of other French Sustainability bloggers. It was an incredible opportunity for me to assist to a Stakeholder Engagement event from the inside, discover Orange’s sustainability strategy, and meet fellow bloggers that I mostly exchange with on Twitter. Let me guide you through my first “Stakeholder Engagement” workshop! Continue reading »
As a third post of our “Materiality Interview Series”, I’d like to introduce you to Regiane Monteiro, Sustainability Specialist working in Management Strategy & Sustainability at Light. Light is an energy distribution company based in Rio De Janeiro in Brazil, involving more than 3700 employees. This year, Light’s Sustainability Reporting work has been rewarded twice:
- Light received an honorable mention in the category of social and environmental aspects ABRASCA Award with its sustainability report and financial statements.
- They have been listed among our best materiality matrices in our e-book 50 Materiality Matrices from 5 Key Industry Sectors
To learn more about their materiality process, we invited Regiane to answer our questions below. If you have any feedback or additional questions, these are welcome in our comments section!