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Human Rights COP Reporting Guidance

 

Provides practical information on how companies can improve reporting on their Human Rights implementation efforts.

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The Women's Empowerment Principles: Reporting on Progress

Offers practical advice on how to report on implementation of each of the seven Women’s Empowerment Principles. It provides general reporting approaches and specific examples of disclosures and performance indicators for each Principle

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Caring for Climate and The Carbon Disclosure Project

The Carbon Disclosure Project aims to accelerate solutions to climate change by putting relevant information at the heart of business, policy and investment decisions. 2,500 organizations in some 60 countries around the world now measure and disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and climate change strategies through CDP. This data is made available for use by a wide audience including institutional investors, corporations, policymakers and their advisors, public sector organizations, government bodies, academics and the public.

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Corporate Water Accounting – An Analysis of Methods and Tools for Measuring Water Use and its Impacts

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A stocktaking and assessment of existing and emerging water accounting methods and tools being used in the private sector. (UNGC/UNEP/Pacific Institute, 2010)

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Reporting Guidance on the 10th Principle Against Corruption

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The guidance is the most succinct, practical guide currently available to what anti-corruption aspects companies should report on. It equips business with a practical means to report on anti-corruption policies and actions comprehensively and effectively, as public reporting sends a strong signal to employees, investors and consumers, that a company is serious about clean business. (UNGC, Transparency International, 2009)

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Contact

COP Team
UN Global Compact
cop@unglobalcompact.org

(Last updated: 16 April 2013)