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24 Feb. 2016 | Comments (0)

By Matteo Tonello, Managing Director, Corporate Leadership at The Conference Board Fewer than one-fifth of global companies publicly disclose the total amount of environmental fines, according to research conducted by The Conference Board in collaboration with Bloomberg and GRI. Data for 2014 show 18 percent of S&P Global 1200 companies reported these fines, slightly up from 16 percent in 2013. As sustainability reporting becomes more commonplace, companies should ensure their reporting includes an accurate representation of positive and negative environmental information. Download the key findings to learn more about the current state of corporate sustainability disclosure. Sustainability Practices and the full Corporate Intelligence portfolio are complimentary to members of The Conference Board. A fee may apply to non-members. Do not hesitate to contact me for questions on our benchmarks. To learn more about our member benefits, email us at membership@conferenceboard.org
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    Matteo Tonello

    Matteo Tonello is managing director at The Conference Board. In his role, Tonello advises members of The Conference Board on issues of corporate governance, risk management, corporate sustainability a…

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