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What is Social and Environmental Reporting?

The difference between social and environmental reporting is often misunderstood by many people who have no idea of what either entails. Social reporting is related more to how humans interact with one another while environmental reporting is more concerned about how humans change and impact their environment. While there are distinct differences between the two […]

The NP 51-201 Disclosure Standards Canada

While it does not have the sexiest name in the world, the NP 51-201 – Disclosure Standards National Policy in Canada was established in order to provide guidance on what information needs to be disclosed on a company’s sustainable development progress. In 2002 the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), created and published NP 51-201 as a

Why It is Time to Care about ESG Disclosures

ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance and this type of disclosure requires companies to disclose how they manage these three aspects of sustainability. The goal is that the market will then reward companies who are doing a good job in one or more of these areas and punish those who aren’t. Investors should always

ESG Reports: Barriers for Middle Market

In the wake of corporate scandals and revelations of unethical behavior, it has become increasingly important for companies to create ESG reports. This is because investors are becoming more interested in a company’s environmental, social, and governance performance. Midsize Small-Cap companies have been taking a long time to produce these ESG reports because they often

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