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Spotlight on NRR Metrics

Posted by Himani Phadke

Apr 22, 2014 6:50:41 AM

Climate change is affecting the way companies manage and report risks.

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Demonstration Blog Post

Posted by Tara Larson

Apr 22, 2014 5:30:39 AM

This is a quick little blog post to get you started. You can easily edit or delete it from the blog dashboard, accessed from the sprocket menu in the upper right corner of your screen. The power is totally in your hands. 

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Welcome to SASB’s blog, a forum for discussion on issues, news and events related to SASB’s standards development process.

At SASB, we’re moving at a rapid pace to develop sustainability accounting standards for 80+ industries in just two and a half years. At this stride, it’s especially important to keep you informed and engaged. Enter our blog, an interactive forum to discuss updates, stimulate questions and foster the exchange of ideas.

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About SASB

The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) is a U.S. based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in San Francisco, California.  SASB was incorporated in July, 2011 for the purpose of establishing industry-based sustainability standards for the recognition and disclosure of material* environmental, social and governance impacts by companies traded on U.S. exchanges. SASB is accredited to establish sustainability accounting standards by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). SASB is not affiliated with FASB, GASB, IASB or any other accounting standards board.

SASB believes that every investor has the right to material information.  SASB democratizes the availability of decision-useful information related to critical aspects of corporate sustainability performance and provides a basis for concerted action by companies, investors, regulators and the public in addressing environmental, social and governance issues.

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