Research by the Better Alignment Project highlights confusion over differing sustainability reporting frameworks and the language and taxonomy they use.
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When it comes to sustainability reporting, corporate accounting departments are confronted with a plethora of choices; a huge number of systems that could be used to report a company’s environmental, social and governance credentials. This perhaps explains why one key finding from a recent research project was a call for “a single all-encompassing framework”.
It wasn’t the only finding. Undertaken by the Better Alignment Project, a working group established by the Corporate Reporting Dialogue (CRD), the research also found that connections between different reporting frameworks are poorly communicated to users, while the frameworks
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