A corporate sustainability report is an organizational document that is similar in nature to a financial report. However, sustainability reporting helps organizations measure and assign value to economic, environmental, social, and governance performance rather than focusing solely on financial assets. A sustainability report will usually depict the following characteristics of a company:
Generation of electricity, steam, heating, and cooling accounts for 40 percent of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions1. It is imperative that companies learn how to properly categorize, calculate and report these emissions.