Published: Wed, Oct 10, 2018
Type: Publication

We worked with the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) to release this report on the state of India’s corporate sustainability reporting landscape. It compares India’s sustainability reporting practices with those of China and OECD countries, with a focus on the differences in disclosure channels, obligations and subjects disclosed. The research shows a strong emphasis on mandatory reporting and environmental matters across the three regions, although some differences emerge when focusing on reporting channels and alignment with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGS). For instance, 23% of India’s provisions request sustainability information to be disclosed in companies’ annual reports, a third more than China. It also includes an analysis of the trends in reporting using our member companies in India, China and the OECD. Learn more and explore the report now.  

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