A majority of Australian respondents to the Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ACCSR)’s annual survey said they support mandatory sustainability reporting for all organisations of a certain size.
ACCSR’s Annual Review of the State of CSR in Australia and New Zealand 2017 had 1,215 respondents, a 12% increase on 2016. Of the Australian respondents to the survey, 53% said they support mandatory reporting. This is a first for Australian respondents, said Leeora Black, ACCSR managing director.
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