Sustainability ReportingSustainability Reporting is a voluntary activity with two general purposes: (1) to assess the current state of an organisation’s economic, environmental and social dimensions, and (2) to communicate these efforts and their progress to stakeholders.
We use a combination of narrative assessments and indicator-based assessment in our work.
We have developed a set of tools to assess sustainability reporting performance in companies.
Reporting in Companies
Our tools are aimed at assessing the three dimensions of sustainability (economic, environmental, and social) and complementing these with the time dimension, and the inter-linking issues between and among the dimensions.
STAUNCH (RTM) assesses the contribution of e information in the module descriptors, including also the number of credits and the number of students, against 40 criteria divided into: Economic (e.g. GNP, productivity, and developmental economics), Environmental (e.g. biodiversity, and resource use), Social (e.g. health, and politics), and Cross-cutting themes (e.g. holistic thinking, and transparency).
Reporting in Universities
The STAUNCH (RTM) report includes a summary of the key findings, which would include: the percentage of modules contributing to SD; the level of contribution; the relative strength of the contributions; and the performance for the different aspects and their indicators.
The detailed part of the report includes information for each of the degrees, including its relative contribution to each of the aspects, the number of modules and relative percentage that contribute to SD, the relative frequency percentage of the strength levels, the degree SD contribution, and its strength, and the performance for the different aspects and their indicators.
The graphical part of the results includes:
- A contribution vs. percentage of modules map: showing the contribution and balance of each degree versus the strength of the school;
- An aspects chart: showing the relative contribution of each degree of the school to the four aspects;
- A frequency chart: showing the frequency strengths of each degree of the school;
- A contribution vs. strength map: showing the contribution and balance of each degree versus the percentage of modules that contribute to SD; and
- Performance graphs for the SD themes:
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