Sustainability reporting is not mandatory in Thailand—and yet Thai firms outnumber their Asean peers in the latest Dow Jones Sustainability Indices. Kesara Manchusree, head of the Thai stock exchange, tells Eco-Business how she's pushing for sustainability to take root in one of the region's most competitive capital markets.
Golden Agri-Resources has come a long way since allegations of deforestation ravaged the Singapore-listed firm's image. Now it figures in the world’s most scrupulous sustainability index—good news for the company and a vilified sector.
More companies are now reporting the impact they have on the environment and society. But where is the value in doing this, and what affect does it have in the real world? Eco-Business asked the new chief executive of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Tim Mohin.
The 2012 results of the annual Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI) review have been announced by SAM, the investment boutique focused exclusively on Sustainability Investing, and S&P Dow Jones Indices, ...