A new publication introducing Asia’s award winning sustainability reports has been released. The 72-page publication titled ‘Sustainability Reporting. Learn from Asia’s Best’ features the winners of the Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards 2015. It includes analysis of the winning reports and insights and tips from the winning companies’ CEOs.
The publication includes a collection of inspiring stories from Hang Lung Properties, Airport Authority Hong Kong, Birla Carbon, StarHub, Ayala Corporation, Kulim Malaysia and Maynilad Water among others.
Leaders of these companies have freely shared the lessons they have learnt and their advice for other companies which wish to embark on their sustainability reporting journey. Their stories are also useful for companies which want to improve their sustainability reporting.
Written by Elaine Cohen, a well-respected sustainability commentator and produced by Singapore-based sustainability consulting firm CSRWorks International, the publication aims to inspire more companies to embrace sustainability reporting.
“Currently, in Asia, companies which don’t produce sustainability reports overwhelmingly outnumber those which do. Our mission therefore is two-fold: one, to honour the leaders, and two, to encourage and inspire more companies to embrace sustainability reporting,” said Rajesh Chhabara, managing director of CSRWorks International.
He added, “useful insights, exciting ideas and practical tips from CEOs and Sustainability Heads make ‘Sustainability Reporting. Learn from Asia’s Best’ a must-read.”
A PDF version of the publication is available for free download at www.csrmatters.com
About the Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards
The Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards (ASRA), a not-for-profit initiative, recognise and honour sustainability reporting leaders in Asia. The Awards celebrate best practices in sustainability reporting and communications. The vision for ASRA to become the most inspiring recognition of sustainability reporting excellence in Asia. The Awards are open to all types and sizes of private, public and non-profit organisations in all sectors who produce a sustainability report in Asia. An independent panel of judges with distinguished backgrounds judge the entries to decide the winners. For more information, visit www.csrmatters.com
The Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards are organised by csrmatters, a unit of CSRWorks International, Singapore’s leading sustainability advisory, research and training firm with a successful track record more than10 years. CSRWorks closely collaborates with businesses and other stakeholders to promote excellence in sustainability reporting across the region. Rajesh Chhabara, Managing Director of CSRWorks, has launched ASRA to give organisations large and small the opportunity to showcase their sustainability efforts, thereby building trust among their stakeholders, adding value to their businesses and attracting socially responsible investors. www.csrworks.com
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