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Schnitzer Steel: Refining a Century-old Sustainability Story with Strategy and Standards

Schnitzer Steel: Refining a Century-old Sustainability Story with Strategy and Standards
December 15, 2021

Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCHN) is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of recycled metal products in North America. The company, founded in 1906, recently joined the SASB Alliance and celebrated its seventh straight year as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies according to The Ethisphere® Institute. We connected with Robert Ellsworth, […]

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DS Smith: Communicating a Circular Economy Story with SASB Standards

DS Smith: Communicating a Circular Economy Story with SASB Standards
December 14, 2021

DS Smith is a leading supplier of sustainable packaging solutions, paper products and recycling services worldwide. Its story can be traced back to the box-making business started by the Smith Family in East London in the 1940s. Today, it is a large, global company listed on the London Stock Exchange. True to its Purpose, “Redefining […]

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ING: Setting the Bar for Climate Risk Reporting

ING: Setting the Bar for Climate Risk Reporting
September 21, 2021

ING (NYSE: ING), the global bank headquartered in Amsterdam, was one of the first European companies to disclose using the SASB Standard for commercial banks. We connected with Sandra Schoonhoven, Head of Sustainability Programmes, to discuss ING’s approach to climate risk reporting on the heels of the bank’s first integrated climate report. ING Group is […]

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Sanderson Farms: First SASB Standards Reporter in Meat, Poultry & Dairy

Sanderson Farms: First SASB Standards Reporter in Meat, Poultry & Dairy
August 19, 2021

Sanderson Farms (NASDAQ: SAFM), a $4.3 billion market cap poultry producer headquartered in Mississippi, published its first SASB Standard report in September 2020. We caught up with Lee Southwell, Manager of External Financial Reporting, who has been at the company for over 14 years. What made Sanderson Farms decide to report to the SASB Standards? […]

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EDF: en faveur de l’internationalisation des normes SASB | EDF: Helping to Internationalize SASB Standards

EDF: en faveur de l’internationalisation des normes SASB | EDF: Helping to Internationalize SASB Standards
July 22, 2021

Link to English Version below Électricité de France S.A (EDF) est un énergéticien multinational français Leader des énergies bas carbone dans le monde et présent sur l’ensemble des métiers : la production, le transport, la distribution, le négoce, la vente d’énergies et les services énergétiques En tant que société énergétique intégrée, EDF est actif dans […]

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Total: Transparence Totale | Total: Comprehensively Transparent

Total: Transparence Totale | Total: Comprehensively Transparent
May 10, 2021

Link to English Version below Total, le géant français de l’énergie, a une activité riche en matière de développement durable, étant donné qu’il est présent dans plus de 130 pays et emploie environ 100 000 personnes. Pourtant, les nombreux rapports ESG de Total parviennent à présenter des messages clairs et forts. Par exemple, elle a […]

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Cenovus Energy: Bold Targets and Continuous Improvement

Cenovus Energy: Bold Targets and Continuous Improvement
September 29, 2020

We recently caught up with Rhona DelFrari, Vice President, Sustainability & Engagement, at Cenovus Energy, an integrated oil and gas producer based in Calgary, Alberta. Cenovus recently released its annual ESG report, which is aligned with SASB Standards and the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). DelFrari shares key takeaways from […]

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Lessons from ESG Leaders: Start Early, Be Patient

Lessons from ESG Leaders: Start Early, Be Patient
October 15, 2019

  SASB standards have been downloaded over 100,000 times since they were approved in November 2018, one of many indications that companies are looking at the standards with fresh eyes and considering next steps. Even in the best of circumstances, adjusting to a new reporting framework can cause growing pains. It’s like a software update […]

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