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When evaluating organizations for a potential business relationship or investment opportunity, their commitment to sustainability and sustainability reporting is a must.
The commitment to sustainability reporting in the Philippines requires a thorough review of your organization’s footprint and societal impact. It is no longer enough to disclose information on just financial matters to stakeholders but also should include non-financial and sustainability issues. Doing so allows potential business partners or investors to better evaluate a company’s long-term viability, competitiveness, and ability to overcome sustainability challenges.
For our organization, the sustainability report has also become an essential tool for risk management and investment planning. The report requires us to face the increasing social and environmental risks that may affect our organization on many dimensions. These challenges drive us to develop adaptive strategies to improve our productivity, deepen community impact, and make smarter investment decisions for long-term, sustainable organizational growth.