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    5 Articles You Shouldn’t Miss About the GRI4

    Unless you were on a desert island or on the other side of the planet, you surely didn’t miss the Global Conference on Sustainability & Reporting organized by the GRI. Gathering over 1500 Sustainability professionals and leaders, the 3-day event included training sessions, workshops and regional presentations about Sustainability reporting, but was also the chance for key leaders to get a brief on the new version of the framework: the G4. Highly expected, the new G4 has provoked numerous articles on diverse Sustainability media. Here our top 5 suggestions for you to get the big picture.

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    5 Best Practices for Small Businesses to Engage in CSR on Social Networks

    Authentic, continuous, targeted and interactive, social networks emerged as the ideal tools to engage in a meaningful dialogue between a company and its stakeholders. But not every company can afford to set a coherent communication strategy with its stakeholders, combined with precise and thoughtful community management. This is why the “Center For Social Impact Communication” recently wrote out a guide to advise smaller companies desirous to make their CSR initiatives known to the public, on how to do it.

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    What is the Future of Sustainability Reporting?

    A month and a half ago, I realized a synthesis of the « Smarter Sustainability Reporting » conference, regarding CSR and Sustainability Reports. This problematic is one of high importance to Wizness as it gathers CSR on the one hand, and communication and stakeholders ‘engagement through social networks on the other hand – although this increasingly tends to be the norm. To go even further, I read several reports that attempt to draw the lines of what CSR reporting will tend towards in the future. Could you guess?

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    My Summary of the Smarter Sustainability Reporting Conference

    Yesterday, I attended the Smarter Sustainability Reporting Conference in London, presented as “a must attend event for anyone looking to improve upon the quality and communication of their sustainability report.” Besides impressive networking opportunities, the event was extremely well organized (congrats to the Sustainable Business team) and the agenda offered a deep review of the trends Sustainability reporting is facing today…and will face tomorrow. Below is a personal summary of the notes I took during the conference. It is not aimed to be exhaustive but reflects what I think were the most interesting points highlighted. Feel free to add yours if you were there, or to submit your questions!

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    Corporate Responsibility + Web 2.0 = Sustainability 2.0

    I’ve read a lot of reports recently on the new concept of “Sustainability 2.0” or “Accountability 2.0”, referring to the “Intersection of Corporate Responsibility and Web 2.0”. As the collaborative platform dedicated to connecting sustainability leaders, Wizness is exactly at this intersection. I believe that more and more companies will use social media and social networking tools to present their corporate responsibility, broadcast their sustainability reports and above all, engage with their stakeholders.

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