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Materiality

Beyond the SEC and Disclosure: Why Materiality Matters

How do companies best address the differing concepts of materiality across the various sustainability reporting frameworks? Eight of the world’s biggest names in corporate reporting including GRI, SASB, IIRC and CDP recently published a comparison of materiality definitions and approaches.

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Welcome 3p’s New Mascot: Mwashoti the Elephant

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is one of the most successful elephant rescue and rehabilitation centers in the world. They have successfully hand-raised more than 150 infant elephants and effectively reintegrated them back into wild herds.

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ISSP Certification Helping to Improve Sustainability for All

ISSP’s certification efforts do not seek to limit who can be engaged in sustainability work. Rather, ISSP and its partners are trying to ensure that those who are engaged have sufficient knowledge, skills and abilities to really make the efforts count. ISSP looks forward to helping expand the number of organizations and individuals improving sustainability practices everywhere. There is no time to waste.

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$6.2 Trillion is Not Enough: The Growth of Sustainable Investment

US$6.2 trillion is a wall of money. Today, trillions of dollars are being managed with ‘sustainability inside,’ based on self-reported, unverified, voluntary disclosures by investors globally. For many in the investment industry, it’s both inspiring and a little bewildering. The number keeps growing, but what’s in the number is not exactly clear. It’s also not enough.

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Chicken of the Sea Cuts Water Use, Waste

Chicken of the Sea’s sustainability report documents company efforts, with a focus on “four pillars” of sustainability, and sets goals to be met by 2020.

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The Super Bowl: More Than A Game

Each year, the Super Bowl not only showcases the best in sports entertainment, but also provides an opportunity to put sustainability on a global stage. And as we look forward to the milestone Super Bowl 50 in 2016, the goal is to take sustainability to a whole new level.