SustainAbility's bi-annual survey of corporate social & environmental reporting - top 5 are BT, Co-Operative Financial Services, BP, Anglo Platinum, Rabobank

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10 November 2006

From Risk Reduction to Value Creation - Biannual survey shows shift in corporate attitudes to sustainability

Author: SustainAbility

BT leads the field in SustainAbility’s latest biannual benchmarking survey of leading practice in corporate sustainability reporting, published in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Standard and Poor’s [part of McGraw Hill]. Entitled Tomorrow’s Value, the report ranks the world’s leaders in corporate sustainability reporting, transparency and disclosure. Strikingly, half of the Leading 50 companies are complete newcomers, including 5 entrants from non-OECD countries. [Ranking of top 10: 1 - BT; 2 - Co-operative Financial Services; 3 - BP; joint 4 - Anglo Platinum (part of Anglo American), Rabobank; 6 - Unilever; joint 7 - MTR, Vodafone; 9 - Shell; joint 10 - Nike, Novo Nordisk. Also refers to General Electric, Philips, Wal-Mart]

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1 November 2006

[PDF] full report: "Tomorrow’s Value - The Global Reporters 2006 Survey of Corporate Sustainability Reporting"

Author: SustainAbility, UNEP

[Top 50 reports: BT, Co-operative Financial Services, BP, Anglo Platinum, Rabobank, Unilever, MTR, Vodafone, Shell Group, Nike, Novo Nordisk, ABN AMRO Real, BHP Billiton, Philips, ABN AMRO, HP, Anglo American, GlaxoSmithKline, Rio Tinto, Westpac Banking, adidas, British American Tobacco, Kesko, Watercare Services, Ford, General Electric, Natura, Statoil, Lafarge, Mecu, BAA, Veolia, Environnement, PotashCorp, BBVA, Daiwa Securities Group, DSM, Gap, SAS, Migros, Vancity, Suez, Enel, Henkel, Nedbank Group, Fuji Photo Film, Sony, KarstadtQuelle, Seven and I Holdings, Nissan Motor, Telus]

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