View our “Sustainability Reporting Presentation”.
Large businesses today can no longer look at profits only. Consumers are increasingly well informed and there is a growing demand from consumers, governments, and the general public for greener, learner and more ethical products and services. As such, business can no longer afford to treat sustainability as an add-on. It is now an essential part of business planning for sustainable growth as well as risk mitigation.
Virtus Assure has in-depth knowledge and experience on how to develop a coherent sustainability reporting strategy, assist in process improvement and change management, and develop sustainability reports for public viewers. We have experience in GRI framework, IFC sustainability framework, and the World Business Council in Sustainable Development. (WBCSD)
Our aim is to help companies implement the “triple P” bottom line concept – people, planet, and profits. To shape an organization that cares for its employees and society, and minimizes its environmental impact, while planning for sustainable profits and growth.
Please take a few minutes to view our Sustainability Reporting Presentation.
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For additional information, please refer to the following links:
1) GRI Standards – The most commonly used global standards for sustainability reporting, which helps companies to address the economic, environmental and social impacts of its day-to-day activities.
2) UN Sustainable Development Goals – Development goals adopted by the United Nation in 2015 to create a better and more sustainable environment for all people to enjoy peace and prosperity.
3) Sustainable Singapore Blueprint – National strategies and plans to develop a green environment and sustainable future in Singapore.