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[PDF] [full report] Towards transparency:progress on global sustainability reporting 2004

Author: Association of Chartered Certified Accountants & CorporateRegister.com, Published on: 31 August 2004

While significant growth continues in individual regions, evidence suggests that globally the number reporting is levelling off...[P]ressure on companies to report is increasing...There has been a marked decline in the rate of take-up, however, and it appears that while the larger and more high-profile companies are already responding to these growing demands for increased transparency, fewer newcomers are accepting the challenge. [top sustainability reports by region: Anglo Platinum (part of Anglo American), Hartmann Malaysia (part of Hartmann), Sony Display Device (part of Sony), City West Water, Novo Nordisk; also refers to The Body Shop, Morley Fund Management (part of Aviva), Johannesburg Stock Exchange]

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Related companies: Anglo American Anglo Platinum (part of Anglo American) Aviva Body Shop (part of Natura) City West Water Hartmann Morley Fund Management (part of Aviva) Novo Group Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group) Sony Suncor