This white paper is intended for companies wishing to perform an assessment of the materiality of their Sustainability issues.
You are a CSR or Sustainable Development Manager, you are subject to non-financial reporting regulations (decree no. 2012-557 of 24 April 2012 on corporate accountability obligations in social and environmental matters). You wish to report effectively on initiatives and directions your company has taken to address the social and environmental consequences of its activity and meet its social commitments in support of sustainable development? You also wish to take into account the guidelines of the GRI G4 or embark on global reporting?
This publication will guide you and give you the keys to understanding materiality assessment, and how to consider implementing it with a reliable process and the good practices we have analysed for you.
This notion of materiality, which is the subject of this white paper, is omnipresent in the main international non-financial reporting frameworks. In the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and for the Integrated Reporting (IR) and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), materiality is thus a governing principle, if not a founding principle.
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