During our Materiality Interview Series, we had the chance to exchange with several Sustainability Managers whose impressive work has been highlighted in our Materiality Matrices e-book. We asked them several questions about their day-to-day missions, the concrete implementation of the GRI G4 framework, their stakeholder engagement processes and their key material aspects. We asked one last question to each one of them: “In your view, what makes a good Sutainability report and Stakeholder Engagement process?”. Here are their top answers. Continue reading »
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.
The sixth Corporate Responsibility Manager to be interviewed for our Materiality Series is called Monica Moretto. She works for Pan American Silver, one of the main mining company in Canada, which extracts silver, gold, zinc and other minerals in the USA and several countries in Latin America (Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina). She is going to tell us more about Sustainability at her company, and especially about materiality, based on our e-book “50 Materiality Matrices From 5 Key Industry Sectors” where Pan American Silver has been listed.
I’m usually not quite fond of the traditional new year’s resolutions, as I don’t like the idea that I have to wait until next January to make a change in my life. If I want to read more, eat better and run or blog once a week, why should I wait for a precise time to get started? “Tomorrow is the first day to the rest of your life” as they say…
Nevertheless, this holiday period is a perfect time to sit back, relax, and think about the passed year’s good times and achievements. It is one to also plan the next significant projects of the year ahead, on a personal level (getting prepared for the next triathlon race, plan a wedding…) but also professionally (attend a specific Sustainability conference, complete another reporting project…).
Now, what if I wasn’t myself but… a Sustainability report? Yeah you read well. What would my resolutions tend to be? Here are 10 ideas that ought to be on my list if this happened to be the case, alongside with suggestions of resources to be the soundest of all! Continue reading »
This post is the fifth of our Materiality Interview Series, dedicated at understanding how Sustainability Managers of key industry companies are assessing their materiality. This series is part of a more global materiality study, published through a free-ebook and an article summary in TriplePundit.
This week, we are proud to welcome Valeria Santos, Sustainability Manager at Pacific Rubiales, a major energy company in Colombia.