Comment: Better to reign in Hell than to serve in Heaven?
The material impact of caffein depravation
"Responsible investors won't be focusing on ISSB standards"
Rodney Ndamba, chief executive and founder of the Institute for Sustainability Africa, discusses the interrelation between reporting standards and economic development
ISSB adoption in Africa
Lebogang Senne, technical director of the Pan African Federation of Accountants (PAFA), discusses the considerations around adopting ISSB standards in Africa.
Tackling double materiality at Philip Morris International
Jennifer Motles, chief sustainability officer at Philip Morris International, discusses the company's double materiality assessment efforts.
Canada's next steps on ISSB implementation
Canadian Sustainability Standards Board chair (CSSB) Charles-Antoine St-Jean outlines the board's early progress and its plans to build capacity and adopt IFRS S1 and S2 in Canada
Inside Puma's sustainability reporting revamp
Stefan Seidel, head of corporate sustainability, outlines how the company is updating its materiality assessment and value chain reporting in preparation for CSRD/ESRS
GRI 415: The North Star for lobbying transparency?
Harold Pauwels, GRI's director of standards, discusses the planned revisions to the lobbying disclosure standard and its influence on jurisdictional reporting requirements
Three billboards outside planet earth, solar system.
A movie production by the First Triumvirate of the sustainability reporting republic
Today isn't ESRS adoption day, today is interoperability day
The LinkedInosphere, and the rest of social media, is about to explode with the news that the European Commission has adopted the ESRS delegated acts.
Comment: When the alphabet soup was a delicacy
Death to the infographics on the sustainability reporting landscape