Australia’s Top Companies Lagging in Corporate Responsibility Reporting

Australia’s top companies are failing in key aspects of corporate responsibility (CR) reporting – they lag the world average in acknowledging human rights as a business issue, while less than half recognise climate change as a financial risk in their annual reports.

The findings are contained in KPMG International’s biennial survey of CR and sustainability reporting by nearly 5000 companies worldwide, KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2017, published today. The study of the top 100 organisations in each of 49 countries shows a small (2 percent) increase in global reporting levels, but a plateauing of Australian reporting levels since 2015.

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