Reporting 3.0 follows a ten-part series on Sustainable Brands, which shares key concepts and recommendations from Reporting Blueprint and Data Blueprint. The report exemplifies how reporting can play a trigger function for necessary economic system design transformation. Beneath this hypothesis, is an assumption that the current economic system design, predicated as it is on perpetual (compounded) economic growth on a bounded planet with finite resources, is inherently unsustainable, so it must be transformed.
This new global framework for sustainability reporting is not meant to sit alongside existing players of standards and frameworks that integrate sustainability into corporate performance metrics and reporting, but to spur an aggressive movement toward transformative change by transcending and including existing initiatives. R3 plays a "global common good" R&D role for innovation that applies across the reporting field and creates recommendations that apply to all players in the field, essentially setting the agenda for innovation.
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