Sustainability reporting is a scorecard of an organisation's economic, environmental and social performance.

Reporting requires organisations to work through a series of steps:

  1. Prepare an overview of what the final report might contain and the process to get there
  2. Connect with stakeholders to find out what they want from the report, and their issues
  3. Define the content (including disclosures) based on stakeholder input
  4. Monitor your performance by collecting relevant data and analysing it in a format for inclusion in the report
  5. Report performance through disclosures

Contact us to find out how we can help you through these steps or other sustainability reporting requirements you have.

GRI reporting

GRI reporting is the most widely used sustainability report format in Australasia and the world.

Australasian companies that routinely disclose GRI based sustainability reports include Meridian Energy, Westpac, NZ Post, Woolworths, Telstra and Lion Nathan.

GRI reporting provides a prescriptive process to follow and very clear guidelines to ensure key principles are followed and targets are reported on.

Our consultants are trained in GRI reporting (G3.1 and G4) and can help you with any aspect of the reporting process.

Data management & reporting systems

Software that helps you collate, centralise and organise your sustainability data and programmes can be a valuable resource for the effective communication and management of your policy. To learn about the ecoPortal web based system, click here.

Sustainability case studies


ASP Floors

Chow:Hill Architects

Dairy Goat Cooperative



Fresh State

Trevelyans Pack and Cool