Sustainability Reporting & GRI 

Thinking smart’ and monitoring progress is key to building and sustaining a successful organisation. A Sustainability Report leads to increased public and stakeholder awareness of achievements and instils confidence in shareholders, attracting new business opportunities and increasing revenue. 
 
Benefits to our clients 
- Develop a standardised approach to reporting 
- Jump-start sustainability improvements 
- Embed sustainable practices and demonstrate commitment to sustainable development 
- Measure improvements in business practices and overall sustainability performance 
- Improve stakeholder perception of company through transparent reporting 
- Enable benchmarking of organisational performance with respect to laws, norms, codes, performance standards and voluntary initiatives 
Case Study: Ben Ainslie Racing (Land Rover BAR) 
 
BAR was conceived by Sir Ben Ainslie, with the long-term aim of Britain bringing the America’s Cup back home. We worked with them to develop their Annual Sustainability Report based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). The report was published online to ensure availability to all stakeholders and featured information relating to all of the Team’s activities, with a specific focus on the sustainability aspects of their new £15M Team Base in Portsmouth. 
 
The report collated extensive data gathered throughout the year to present it in a user friendly, professional format. It featured information on energy, travel, water, materials, waste, environmental incidents, legal compliance, community engagement, stakeholder mapping and sustainable procurement. 
 
Earth to Ocean can work with you to: 
 
In order to embed sustainable practices within an organisation, you first need to understand how your activities impact on the environment and stakeholders, and how this can impact on your bottom line. Earth to Ocean can carry out a range of assessments that will give you a clear picture of where you are starting from which will help inform goals and future business direction. 
Develop a complete report 
Measure a range of environmental impacts such as water consumption, waste generation and management and energy efficiency 
Assess the social impacts of your organisation on its stakeholders such as: sourcing and procurement, employment policies and practices, community and charitable involvement and non-exploitive business practices in developing countries 
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