Joint study: Asia Pacific sustainability reporting study reveals what’s next for businesses

“Sustainability education and training are a journey. Our study shows that top listed companies across Asia Pacific have fared well in disclosing their sustainability targets and responsibilities. Their next stop would be to intensify sustainability training for leaders and employees, and turn pledges into action. When companies can show that to customers and investors, more will join them on their green journey.” - Professor Lawrence Loh, Director, Centre for Governance and Sustainability

The Centre for Governance and Sustainability at NUS Business School and PwC Singapore have published their findings from a joint study on the latest developments in sustainability reporting across the region. The study analysed the top 50 listed companies in Asia Pacific and how they have performed across dimensions of sustainability reporting such as materiality, stakeholder engagement, and climate risks.

Read the release here and access the study here.