“This book exposes the chasm in understanding that currently separates companies and investors on the critical issue of corporate responsibility. It explains why a dialogue of the deaf has continued for so long, and also provides wise guidance based on practical experience on how to bridge the divide. Importantly, it also points the way to a new relationship between company management and their shareholders based not on better corporate reporting but on actual improvements in social and environmental performance.”—Nick Robins, Head, HSBC Climate Change Centre of Excellence.
For more information, visit Valuing Corporate Responsibility: How Do Investors Really Use Corporate Responsibility Information? By Rory Sullivan, Greenleaf Publishing 2011.