About: sustainability reporting

COVID crisis reinforces need for governments to go green

As the world's largest single market, the EU is an influential leader for setting global sustainability reporting standards. While we’ve seen significant growth in the number of organisations reporting sustainability impacts, more needs to be done to improve the disclosures, writes Tim Mohin.

Looking at environmental performance across the supply chain

The environmental impact of business activity is often mistakenly limited to the direct operations of companies. In reality, it is the environmental performance of the supply chain as a whole that needs to be looked into, writes Christian Ewert.

Forecasting the impact of sustainability issues on the reputation of large multinational corporation

This research aims to establish the extent to which corporate reputation could, in the near future, represent the return on responsibility and environmental credibility.

TERM 2002: Paving the way for EU enlargement – Indicators of transport and environment integration

  TERM 2002: Paving the way for EU enlargement – Indicators of transport and environment integration The report examines progress made in the transport sector in implementing the principle, adopted by EU leaders at their Cardiff summit in 1998, of...

Policy Instruments for achieving Environmentally Sustainable Transport

Policy Instruments for achieving Environmentally Sustainable Transport The report represents the latest phase of the OECD’s EST (Environmentally Sustainable Transport) project that has been in progress since 1994. It concludes that human resistance to change and a general lack of...