Many companies in the EU are required to report under the European CSR Directive and must disclose so-called “non-financial” information. But even if you are not required to report, it is worthwhile to systematically address sustainability in your company, community or organisation. Addressing sustainability in a targeted way helps you to identify risks and opportunities you face. The sustainability report enables you to transparently communicate your sustainability performance and impacts. External stakeholders are enabled to recognise the true value of your organisation, tangible and intangible assets. They show how you influence sustainable development and what your contribution to greater sustainability can be. corsus supports you throughout the reporting process:
- We work with you to develop the reporting structure, including targets and indicators, according to one of the recognised standards:
- for companies: German Sustainability Code – DNK, Global Reporting Initiative – GRI, Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie – GWÖ,
- for municipalities: Reporting Framework Sustainable Municipality – BNK, Common Good Economy – GWÖ. Dr. Anke Butscher played a leading role in the development of the GWÖ standard for municipalities.
- We write and design your report together with our network partners.
corsus is a training partner of the German Sustainability Code (DNK) and is conducting the pilot project on the Sustainable Municipality Reporting Framework (BNK) with the city of Aschaffenburg.