The Sustainable Development Goals and the future of corporate reporting

  • 01/02/2019
  • CDP

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that were introduced in 2015 are being increasingly implemented in global society. Governments and the private sector have taken the SDGs as the global framework underlying the direction and actions towards 2030, which has been set by the United Nations as the year in which the SDGs should be achieved. The participants of the Corporate Reporting Dialogue, fulfil a specific mandate within the societal system: to ensure transparency and accountability as the basis for better decision-making by companies, investors and other stakeholders; to ensure financial markets have the information needed to efficiently price assets and risk; and to promote financial stability. Worked over the past years to better understand one another’s frameworks and to look for opportunities for further harmonization. The ongoing recognition of the importance of wider value creation and the need for integration of financial and nonfinancial information are strong drivers of work.

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