Corporate Sustainability Reporting Hits ‘Super-Majority’ Status | Bloomberg Law

Eighty-five percent of the nation’s largest public companies reported on climate change, diversity, and other sustainability issues in 2017, according to a March 20 study from the Governance & Accountability Institute.  Sustainability reporting by companies in the S&P 500 index hit a majority for the first time in 2012 and has climbed steadily since then, the institute’s annual analysis shows. Its chairman and co-founder Hank Boerner called this year’s result a “super-majority.”

Source: Corporate Sustainability Reporting Hits ‘Super-Majority’ Status | Bloomberg Law

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